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Time Warner To Offer Streaming Video To Subscribers On Android 4.0 Soon

Time Warner’s Director of Digital Communication, Jeff Simmermon, took to Twitter on Wednesday to calm rumors that Time Warner Cable was going to start streaming video to their customers. Time Warner already offers customers streaming video on iOS devices and hopes to start offering the service to customers with Android devices by the end of the first quarter.

The only caveat is that for right now the Time Warner app for streaming will only be available to Android handsets running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich.

Of course, many of you remember back to when Netflix was first released for a select number of Gingerbread devices. It was quickly hacked and made available to all devices. Soon after, Netflix released their original app for any devices with Android 2.2 or better.

We’ll see what happens at the end of March.

source: Phonearena

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