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How to watch Peacock on Android devices

There’s a new streaming service on the block, and it’s compatible with your Android device.

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Peacock is finally here. After a soft launch when the platform was only available to Xfinity Flex and X1 users, now everyone can tune in and see what the fuss is about.

The library is brimming with classic series like 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation, as well as a few original titles. Plus, because the service comes with both a free tier and free trial, there’s a good chance you’ll want to check it out ASAP.

Here’s how to watch NBC’s Peacock on your Android device.

Step 1. Download the Peacock app for Android.

To get started, go to the Play Store on your Android smartphone, tablet or TV and search for the Peacock app. Tap Install and wait for the app to install onto your device.

Step 2. Create a Peacock account.

If you haven’t already set up an account on the Peacock website, now’s the time to sign up. Simply follow the prompts on the screen to get up and running.

Step 3. Start watching.

Sit back and relax with a movie or TV show on Peacock. You can choose between classic favorites like Cheers or buzzy new originals like Brave New World.

A note about Chromecast

If you use Chromecast through your TV, you can broadcast from your Android phone or tablet to the TV to enjoy content on your home’s small screen. Tap the Chromecast icon at the top of your device screen and choose your TV from the list of available devices.

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