Let's be honest, most apps from cable and satellite providers are junk. You don't have any choice but to use them, though. It's not that the Verizon FiOS app is bad, but it's still rather lacking. At least with today's update it adds a few new features. Maybe it's time to give it another look.
Verizon is upping the number of channels FiOS subscribers can watch when they're away from home. With 16 additional options - reaching a total of 25 - there's a better chance mobile TV watchers will be able to find something on that they actually want to watch. Naturally, the number of options isn't exhaustive, but the new crop contains heavy hitters including Showtime and Starz.
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- Bloomberg TV
- Cine Sony Television
- Cooking Channel
- NFL RedZone (tablet only)
- SHOWTIME EXTREME
- Sony Movie Channel
- Trinity Broadcast
- Universal Sports
- TVGN (TV Guide Network)
FiOS customers can stream far more channels in the comfort of their own home, with everyone having access to 91 channels. Read More
Verizon, please sit down. We've all come here to talk to you because we care about you. Actually, most of us don't, but we recognize that you've got a problem. You have too many apps. No, don't try to deny it. You've got 11 apps spread across two publishers, and today you've added another one, with a brand new publisher, that duplicates at least some of the functionality of two previous ones. Read More
Verizon announced that they’d be releasing an app for a variety of devices that adds functionality for FiOS customers. For example, iPad users can watch TV on the device as long as they’re at home. More relevantly to our purposes, though: they’ll be releasing an app to allow some smartphone users to stream video-on-demand.
There is a catch-22 though: the app only supports select smartphones - namely, those sold by Verizon. Read More