Dish Anywhere on Android gets On Demand content streaming, tablet app

Dish Anywhere on Android gets On Demand content streaming, tablet app

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A fresh release of Dish Anywhere for Android just hit Google Play, bringing it up to speed with its iOS counterpart. Now, the application allows users to stream On Demand content from wherever they have an internet connection, and adds Facebook and Twitter sharing. The experience has also received...
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