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Comcast's Xfinity TV Go App Picks Up AMC, Showtime, The Weather Channel, And Several Other Networks

Comcast's Xfinity TV Go App Picks Up AMC, Showtime, The Weather Channel, And Several Other Networks

The Xfinity TV Go is Comcast's way of letting customers take some of the channels they're already paying for and stream them to an Android device. For something that doesn't cost extra—thankfully, considering the high price of cable—it's a nice perk. Comcast has recently brought the list of supported channels up to over 70 with the addition of AMC, BBC America, FOX Deportes, MOVIEPLEX, Showtime, Univision Deportes, and The Weather Channel. The full list is available to browse through online.

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Xfinity TV Go Update Delivers Over A Dozen New Live Channels And Better Video Quality

Xfinity TV Go Update Delivers Over A Dozen New Live Channels And Better Video Quality

For people who have a Comcast cable subscription, the Xfinity TV Go app is quite the nice piece of software. Rather than just providing shows for immediate streaming, which is less groundbreaking these days than it used to be, Comcast provides quite a few channels for live streaming. Now many more networks are available, including A&E, Cooking Channel, DIY, Food Network, HGTV, History Channel, MUN2 (companion to Telemundo), Sprout, Starz, TBS, TRUtv, TNT, and the Travel Channel.

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Comcast XFINITY TV Player Becomes XFINITY TV Go, Can Now Stream Live Sports Events, News Broadcasts, And Other Shows

Comcast XFINITY TV Player Becomes XFINITY TV Go, Can Now Stream Live Sports Events, News Broadcasts, And Other Shows

Comcast's XFINITY app has undergone a name change with its latest update, and it now only answers when referred to as XFINITY TV Go. Does the latest version, in fact, make TV go? If we're referring to live content, then the answer's yes. Comcast customers with an Android device or two lying around can now stream the news, sports, kids shows, and other content live.

Live streaming works on both cellular and Wi-Fi data, which means you are not tied to your own home network as was the case with some apps in the past.

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