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HBO Go app goes standalone

In October 2014, HBO announced that its popular streaming app HBO Go - which lets people watch HBO on mobile, tablets and laptops - would break out as a standalone app. A TV subscription to HBO is no longer be required - you only need to sign up to HBO Go.

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