AT&T expands U-verse live TV channels to Android devices,

AT&T (NYSE: T) expanded the reach of its U-verse live TV to include Google's (Nasdaq: GOOG) Android devices and The company now offers more than 100 live TV channels via its U-verse app, which is available on more than 30 devices. Of those 100 live TV channels, AT&T said more than 20 are available to watch outside the home.

AT&T's U-verse app offers access to both live and video-on-demand content along with the ability to use mobile devices as remote controls. AT&T has been steadily increasing the capabilities of its U-verse app across both the iOS and Android platforms. In addition, the company has added the app to more devices, including both tablets and smartphones.

During the second quarter, U-verse added 233,000 subscribers and now, like Verizon (NYSE: VZ) FiOS, has more than 5 million total subs. In addition, U-verse is now a nearly $12 billion annualized revenue stream for AT&T.

For more:
- see this AT&T press release

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