A Fully Featured Streaming DVR

PlayOn is a way to record, cast, and stream your favorite online shows and movies from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO and 100 other popular streaming sites. Watch anywhere, anytime, on any device, without ads — even offline.

A Home for All Your Media.

All your favorite TV shows, music and movies are organized under one roof. Stream your local media to your TV for free.

Record It, Watch It, Skip the Ads.

Record streaming videos like titles leaving Netflix soon so you can watch anytime on any device. Skip the ads on playback with AdSkip.

Any Show, Any Device, Any Time.

You're just one click away from watching any streaming show on your PC, or upgrade to stream to your TV, tablet, or mobile device.

The Perfect Tool For
All Your Streaming
Needs.

Record and watch anything, anytime,
anywhere. That's PlayOn Plus.

How It Works

PlayOn is a PC-based streaming video recorder and media server. When you select a show or movie from the PlayOn desktop app, an invisible browser opens and starts streaming the video from the selected streaming site (such as Netflix, or Hulu). PlayOn records online videos as they stream — just like a cable DVR or TiVo. Recordings are saved as .MP4 video files which can be easily transferred to an iPad or iPhone via iTunes, or to an Android mobile device. As an added bonus, when you play back recordings of network TV shows via an iOS, Roku, Chromecast, Android, or FireTV device, PlayOn’s AdSkip automatically skips the ads for you.

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    "I love PlayOn. I love the SVR. Obviously one terabyte is not going to be enough storage. Three cheers for PlayOn Hooray! Hooray! Hooray!"
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    "I save $20 on my cell phone bill every month now that I don't need so much data from Netflix!"
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    "I use PlayOn all the time while traveling...it's a great app!"
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    "At this point I've recorded 1,261 Movies, 222 TV Shows and 7957 Episodes — and I'm just getting started."
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    "PlayOn is a lifesaver. We can still watch HBO GO on our old Roku because of it."