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A+E Networks launches Android apps

June 19, 2013

A+E Networks has confirmed the launch of A&E, History and Lifetime network apps are on Android’s latest operating systems for free from Google Play.

“With the addition of our new Android apps, A+E Networks strengthens our leadership position in the rollout of TV Everywhere,” said Dan Suratt, Executive Vice President of Digital Media and Business Development, A+E Networks. “We are committed to making our top-rated original content available to our consumers where they want to view it, and to that end, we will be rolling out our apps on even more platforms in the coming months.”

The apps enable users to watch full episodes, full movies and exclusive clips of A+E Networks programming, including Storage Wars and Duck Dynasty on A&E; Pawn Stars and Swamp People on History; and Army Wives and Dance Moms on Lifetime.

Users who sign in to verify Xfinity TV from Comcast, DirecTV and other providers as authentication partners will have access to even more content, including full previous seasons of archive series.

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