NBC Has Just Published 3 New Apps To Google Play

NBC has just published three new Android apps to Google Play which expand its already decent sized lineup of streaming applications that were available, and now includes Oxygen Now, E! Now, and NBC Universo Now, which will be visible in NBC’s list in the Play Store alongside streaming apps for channels that include Seeso, USA Now, Bravo Now, Syfy Now, and more. Each new channel app will require users to sign in with their cable TV provider if they wish to take advantage of the content that’s on offer, which will be the ability to stream full episodes of the shows.

While using these apps does require a cable subscription, you’ll be able to stream full episodes of the shows that air on these channels the day after their actually air on TV, with the option to stream previous episodes of various TV shows in the app at any time as well, although it is worth noting that previously aired episodes are stated to be available for select TV shows only, so they won’t be available to view for every series. Even with the cable subscription logins needed, the apps can serve a useful purpose for anyone who is simply looking for the best way to stream episodes of the shows they love from each of these channels while on the go.

Although fans of these channels will already likely know what type of content to find within each one, Oxygen Now will provide access to shows like The Prancing Elites Project, Sisterhood of Hip-Hop, and Snapped, while E! Now has shows like Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Famously Single, Botched, and others, with NBC Universo Now providing access to shows like Larrymania, Vato, and I Love Jenni. Each of these apps is free to download just like all of NBC’s other applications, and with the cable provider logins that also means there’s no option for paying a monthly fee to stream content like there is with Hulu, Netflix, or HBO Now. If you watch shows from these channels through your cable provider, you can grab the apps from the Play Store as of now using the button below.

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