About HBO Go
HBO Go was first launched on February 18, 2010 by the American premium cable network HBO owned by WarnerMedia Studios & Networks.
HBO Go is a TV Everywhere video on demand streaming service for customers outside the United States, allowing HBO subscribers to stream selections of HBO content, including current and past series, films, specials, and sporting events, through either the HBO website, or apps on mobile devices, video game consoles, and digital media players.
The service streams a selection of theatrically released films with a significant number of titles added and removed from the service every month. HBO original series are available on a permanent basis. New episodes of current series are typically available for streaming beginning at the time of their initial broadcast in the Eastern Time Zone on the linear HBO channel.
You can download the official HBO go app from the App Store or Google Play.