As we grow more mobile, it's critical for TV companies to figure out how to let us watch our favorite shows on the go. In this post, we compare cable TV provider mobile applications so that you may watch cable on the road the next time the travel bug strikes.
DVR: 250–1,000 hrs.
Mobile app: Cox Contour TV app
The Contour TV App is now available from Cox, allowing you to watch live channels, on-demand programming, and DVR recordings while on the go.
Price: $49.99–$99.99/mo. for 12 mos.
Mobile app: Spectrum TV app
Spectrum subscribers can also use their Spectrum TV App to watch cable on the move. While you're away from home, you can view up to 200 live TV channels (depending on your subscription), as well as on-demand material and DVR recordings.
In some places, you may even be able to use the app to control your TV and DVR.
DVR: 150 hrs.
Mobile app: Xtream TV app
There is no such thing as a Mediacom streaming app—at least, not one with that name. The Xtream TV App allows Mediacom subscribers to watch TV on their smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other devices. You can watch live channels, on-demand content, and DVR recordings while you're away from home if you download Xtream TV from the Google Play or Apple Store and log in with your Mediacom ID.
DVR: 25–150 hrs.
Mobile app: Altice One app
Optimum's Altice One App allows you to stream TV on your mobile device. Simply download the app on your smartphone and select your favorite network or show from anywhere you have an internet connection. You're ready to watch cable on the go after entering your Optimum ID and password.
The Altice One App is only available in the United States and requires a membership to the service.
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DVR: 150 hrs.
Mobile app: Xfinity Stream
With the Xfinity Stream app, you can take your Xfinity entertainment with you everywhere you go. Simply download the app on your Android or Apple smartphone and log into your Xfinity account to watch thousands of programs on-demand, as well as more than 200 channels of live TV (depending on your package subscription).
If you have the X1, you can watch your recordings on the go by streaming or downloading them. Genre filtering, video playback, parental settings, and closed captioning are all included in the app. With the Xfinity Stream app, you can even sync your favorite shows to your X1.
While not every provider has an all-in-one app for watching your favorite shows, they all offer a wonderful method to stay connected while you're away from home. Xfinity and Spectrum are good options if you want quick access to all of your subscriptions in one place. Suppose you only want a few favorite channels while traveling. In that case, the other providers' option of downloading different network applications and logging in to each of them to watch your shows is also a good option.
Expect cable companies to continue to look for new methods to deliver service outside the home as more consumers prefer to view content online.
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