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When the Chromecast streaming dongle officially launched in Australia in May, we were promised that Foxtel’s Presto movie service would add Chromecast support in July and add a dedicated Android app. And now that has happened.
If you’re a fan of both the Game Of Thrones TV show and the fantasy books it is based on, we have some troubling news for you. Yesterday, Season 4 officially crossed over into uncharted territory, revealing plot details and characters that have yet to show up in the actual books (George R. R. Martin is still in the process of writing them y’see). You now have the unenviable choice of spoiling future books or blacklisting the TV show entirely.
Hey Lifehacker, Google Play has recently begun selling TV shows in Australia. I’ve noticed that some new-release episodes have been made available on the Play Store shortly after their broadcast in the US (namely The Walking Dead). Given that the new season of Game Of Thrones is beginning this coming Monday, I wanted to know if it will be made available on the Play Store. I’m aware of HBO’s exclusivity deal with Foxtel, and that it won’t be available on iTunes, but I’m definitely not going to take out a Foxtel subscription just for one show. Any insights?
Foxtel’s Presto subscription streaming movie service officially launches on 13 March. Unlike regular Foxtel, you don’t have to sign up for a long-term subscription — but does that make it worth $19.99 a month? Here’s what you need to know about where it works, what it offers, and why there isn’t an Android version yet.
Foxtel’s new online movie streaming service ‘Presto’ will be arriving on March 13 with prices starting at $19.99 per month. The service gives users unlimited access to the Foxtel Movies archive and seven live movie channels. New titles can be accessed on a pay-per-view basis. So is it worth the money? Lets see how the service stacks up against other no-contract offerings.