[Android] FitzyTV – FREE Streaming TV Aggregator That Transforms Your Smartphone Into A Portable DVR

If you have a television subscription through your cable or satellite provider (including web-based ones such as DirecTV Now, LoCast, etc…) you definitely need this app (FitzyTV) to pull in the channels that you are subscribed to in one place. Typically, you have to download specific apps for specific channels. FitzyTV eliminates that and makes watching TV from your mobile device a pleasure; plus, you can Chromecast or Screenbeam what you are watching to the big screen.  I could not get over how fast this app loads the channels; plus, it pulled in all the channels I was entitled to from my cable provider. I found that FitzyTV also throws in some other channels as well, that are very good. It even tells you what is playing on each channel.

A big selling point to this app is the DVR function that will allow you to record your favorite programs. The DVR function will require a subscription. FitzyTV is the world’s first inexpensive cloud DVR solution. Just log in with your Cable/Satellite provider and FitzyTV will let you watch and record all of your favorite channels. This transforms your smartphone into a portable DVR.

Check out the video below to learn more. You can get FitzyTV at the Google Play Store (see source link below). Being a lover of software and apps, this one really got me excited to try.

Source: FitzyTV – Free Streaming TV Aggregator & Cloud DVR – Apps on Google Play


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Haystack TV: Create Your Own Video News Feed

I currently have this installed on my smartphone (Android) and just noticed Haystack TV is on the web, as well. Haystack TV basically will autorun through current online videos on topics of your interest. Haystack TV is your personal headline news channel.

Haystack TV is the perfect app for news junkies. Watch breaking, world and local news in a headline news channel personalized for you. Haystack TV will learn about your interests in order to surface the news that matters to you! Watch it on your phone, tablet or TV.

Source: Haystack TV: Watch breaking, global and local news for free


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Quick Tip: How To Watch FREE Channels and Movies On Roku

Recently, I have been intensely exploring FREE online TV and Movie options that don’t cost one penny. I am sure you have heard of Roku, the very reputable online TV and Movie Service that is often included in many of today’s Smart TVs. As a matter of fact, one of my very first devices to connect to a TV to receive online content was a Roku and I can tell you that was many years back when the first Roku came out.

During my exploration for FREE online services I came across that Roku recently opened a FREE side to their service, called “The Roku Channel” and let me tell you, it is worth taking a looking at. Simply click on the source link at the end of this post to get started. There is no obligation to buy anything. Once signed up you will have access to some online TV content and movies that they have selected. For example, there is ABC News, Weather Nation, USAToday, TMZ; to name only a few… To further enhance your FREE Roku Channel, get the Roku Mobile App and you can watch your channels and movies on the go. Continue reading “Quick Tip: How To Watch FREE Channels and Movies On Roku”

Watch Live American TV Online With USTVnow

We all envision the day that we can watch TV online without jumping through a bunch of hoops and give us the same ease of use that we are accustomed to when watching TV at home. USTVnow is an online service that is as close to this vision as it gets; that includes all major terrestrial stations that an American citizen or resident would normally receive. The FREE version gives you LIVE streaming access to stations such as ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, NBC, PBS, and My9 in high resolution for 45 days. After the 45 days, it drops to low resolution. You have the option to upgrade to a paid plan, which includes the aforementioned networks; PLUS, additional top cable TV channels. I tried USTVnow; and, at high resolution, you cannot beat it. I haven’t experienced it at low resolution yet. After I discovered USTVnow, which has been streaming live TV on or before 2012, I was wondering How Is This Legal?  Anyhow, thought I would share this with you and let you decide…

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