AT&T expands U-verse Mobile availability to several Android devices

Apple CEO Steve Jobs may criticize the Android market as being fragmented, but that doesn't mean it's still not an appealing one. AT&T this week launched AT&T U-verse Mobile for several Android devices, including the Samsung Captivate, HTC Aria, and coming soon, the Motorola BRAVO and Motorola FLIPSIDE.

With the Android device launches, U-verse Mobile is available on four mobile operating systems and will continue to expand, the company said.

The U-verse Mobile app allows U-verse TV subscribers to browse the U-verse TV program guide, schedule and manage DVR recordings, and download hit TV shows over any WiFi connection to watch them on qualifying smartphone.

The app is available to all U-verse TV customers, and the ability to download and watch select content is available for customers that subscribe to the U300 package or higher. U-verse customers can upgrade their TV packages at any time with the Account Manager app on channel 9910 or at AT&T U-verse.

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