Bitbop Now Streaming TV to Android ($10/mo)

Brad Linder —  September 15, 2010 — 1 Comment

Bitbop is a service that lets you stream TV shows and movies to a mobile device. The company launched a BlackBerry app earlier this year, and today Bitbop unveiled software that will let you access the service on a Google Android device.

The company offers commercial free content from a variety of networks including CBS, Comedy Central, FOX, MTV, Nickelodeon, SyFy, and USA network. You can watch videos over WiFi, 3G, or 4G connections. You can also download videos for viewing while you’re offline.

There are probably some folks who would be willing to pay $10 per month just to watch The Daily Show on the road, and Bitbop can certainly help you there. I found 21 episodes of the Daily Show, ready to stream. On the other hand, The Colbert Report is noticeably absent. Read the rest of this entry »

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One response to Bitbop Now Streaming TV to Android ($10/mo)

  1. I’ve been surprisingly pleased with Hulu Plus on the iPhone. There’s a huge absence of cable content while mobile, but more than enough (for $10/mo) to keep me entertained 22-24 minutes a day on the stairmaster. I assume they’ve got something planned for Android as well.

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