Welcome Fire TV to the PlayOn family!


August 31, 2016 | Tracy's Blog

Join me in welcoming Fire TV to the PlayOn family of supported devices.

 

The PlayOn Fire TV App is now available in the Amazon App Store. This means that you can watch virtually any web video on your Fire TV. Cast from your phone, tablet or PC or use the Fire TV remote control. And - with PlayOn Plus, you can record your favorites from any channel and skip the ads automatically! No need to pay for Hulu or CBS's ad-skipping tier with PlayOn. And get tons of free content with the Yahoo View channel which now hosts most of the old Hulu free content!

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Watching Netflix Offline - it's what everyone wants!


July 11, 2016 | Tracy's Blog

When we built the SVR functionality of PlayOn that lets you record Netflix shows and movies to watch offline/anytime (even after they expire), we thought we were on to something. According to a recent survey by allflix.net, 73% of Netflix users want to be able to watch offline: https://www.allflicks.net/73-of-subscribers-would-download-netflix-content/.

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Netflix Profiles - now in PlayOn!


June 22, 2016 | Tracy's Blog

The MOST requested feature has arrived to PlayOn. Now - when you browse into Netflix, you are first offered a list of your profiles. Once you select a profile, all of the downstream folders are customized based on that profile. Here's mine:

Netflix Profile Screen

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Some PlayOn Love for Cord Trimmers - Record Xfinity and TWC Without Paying DVR Fees


June 14, 2016 | Tracy's Blog

PlayOn Plus is giving cord trimmers - folks who are reducing their cable costs by using low cost streaming services where practical - another reason to celebrate. We just launched a TWC channel to go along with the Comcast Xfinity channel launched late last year.

Record Xfinity and TWC without paying DVR fees

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Record Mozart in the Jungle - You won't regret it!


June 8, 2016 | Tracy's Blog

Kudos to Amazon for their original series. I love seeing more producers and channels for TV shows that are brushed aside by the big networks. I just finished the 2nd season of Mozart in the Jungle – an Amazon original series. Delightful. I loved it. It accompanied me from Virginia to Seattle without a moment of boredom…thanks to PlayOn’s recording feature. Next up is Catastrophe or Orphan Black. I’m doing a bake off with the pilots…would love to know what others think about either!

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