I have a Logitech Revue Google TV Android box. It's pre-loaded with Chrome and I can use it to stream the Anime Network Online Player on my living room HDTV. As for my LG Optimus V smartphone, I have not been able to get streaming to work. Two of the browsers I have tried just won't work and the third one (Opera, I think) gives me a "Denied by Region" error.
I know that TAN is working on an Android app like the iPhone app they already have, but the wide varieties and customization of Android by various manufacturers makes the process of writing an app more complicated than for the iPhone. I'm hoping they will get it done soon.
Is there any way to stream The Anime Network onto an android device?
Yes. Although there is not a dedicated app just for streaming, several of the web browsers for Android work with ANO (Anime Network Online).
Browsers that are known to work with ANO:
1. Internet - the built in web brower. My HTC ThunderBolt has version 2.3.4 (came with Android OS 2.3.4).
2. Firefox Beta - previous versions did not work at all, but version 14.0 does work.
3. Opera Mobile - version 12.00 works.
4. Dolphin Browser HD - version 8.5.1 works.
Browsers known to not work with ANO:
1. Verizon Opera Mini - the version of Flash running on the server is way too old for the player. Opera/9.80 (Android; Opera Mini/6.5.29441/27.1591; U; en) Presto/2.8.119 480x800 Android.
If your device has Flash, then yes. If not, I doubt it.
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