Watching Live TV

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by brandonhd, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. brandonhd

    brandonhd Member
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    Anybody watching anything? I see slingbox isn't supported yet and Hulu needs flash player. I haven't looked into orb yet.
     

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  2. brandonhd

    brandonhd Member
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    Anybody? I guess just YouTube.
     
  3. Jaxx10

    Jaxx10 Well-Known Member
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    Try www.Vuivision.com ... just put any random email .. and u can watch streaming tv on fox,nbc, pbs and a few others that i forgot :D


    UPDATE: They started charging !! 1.99 a month / 14.99 year
     
  4. bigray13

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    orb works in the browser mycast.orb.com. I just need to change where the stream opens in act 1 player and not the default to see if I can get better quality.:)
     
  5. KoukiFC3S

    KoukiFC3S Well-Known Member
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    I use an app called tv.com.

    Its not live tv but it has a lot of content and its free.
     
  6. kabbie_mcfeely

    kabbie_mcfeely Well-Known Member
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    That sucks. Iknow they should earn some money for what they do, but now you dont even know what youget for your money. To me the $1.99 a month I have to go through paypal to give them, is worth it for only 4 channels.
     
  7. darrinaltman

    darrinaltman Well-Known Member
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    I decided to give this a shot, at least till Slingplayer is out. Loads fast and looks great on Droid. Thnx for posting!
     
  8. dmodert66

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    Can you please list all of the channels? I am wondering how they are doing this without legal repercussion. I suppose if it is only OTA channels, that is how they are (or think they are for the time being) getting away with it. If it is legit, I would get this at $1.99/mo for sure. If for nothing else, just for sports (College/Pro Football). At least until Slingbox comes out with a player for Android...
     
  9. darrinaltman

    darrinaltman Well-Known Member
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    Not exactly what you are looking for. It only has four channels, FOX, NBC, CBS and one other I cant remember. Just subscribe and before you even pay they give you 24 hour admission. They email you an invoice but you get access right away. You can even watch on PC.
     
  10. mcbtrain929

    mcbtrain929 Well-Known Member
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    can you use your browser to go to channelsurfing.net ? or does that require flash or something else the droid/eris doesnt have? i've always been a huge fan of that site.
     
  11. Slayer01

    Slayer01 Well-Known Member
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    Nope it uses flash.
     

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