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Mobile video streaming service Stan has updated their Android app overnight adding in some new devices making compatability a little better at the top end of the spectrum.

The Android app now supports all the HTC One flagships, as well as handsets and tablets from LG and Sony. The full list of devices added in the updated is included in the ‘What’s New’ section of Google Play:

We now provide support for the following devices if running Android 4.3 or above:
* Sony Xperia Z1, Z2, Z3 range of phones and tablets
* HTC models including One M7, M8, M9 and Desire
* LG models including LG G2, LG Optimus L7II
* Improvements to playback especially over 3G and 4G networks
* Playing Stan on the Samsung Galaxy S5 running Android 5.0.X is now supported.

This new list of devices comes hot on the heels of the release of Netflix in Australia, which supports possibly the broadest selection of Android and other devices of any video streaming service. The complete list of devices supported by Stan is now fairly large, but still needs to grow.

The Stan app requires Android 4.2 and above on the devices it’s been certified on, but won’t support devices with Intel chipsets. The full list of devices supported by Stan is listed in the help section on their website.

If you haven’t tried out Stan yet, you can try a one month free trial on the service before signing up for $9.99 per month. Head on over to Google Play to grab the app, or hit the Stan website for more information on the service.

Price: To be announced

Source: Google PlayStan.
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    Now that it works for my Z3, might use it again to get my Saul and Community fix! 😛

    Let’s see how it holds up next to Netflix now!

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    Pirated content is usually lower in quality, therefore data consumption as well (allegedly)

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    Only lower in quality if you want. Most stuff comes in 720p now.


    I know, that’s not the point


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