FOX Now App Brings Your Favorite Shows to Windows Devices
FOX Broadcasting Company created its very own app for Windows platforms, FOX Now. With FOX Now, you’ll be able to watch your favorite shows at home on your computer, or on the go on your Windows Phone device.
FOX NOW app is now available in app stores on both PC and Windows phone devices and it allows users to watch full episodes of their favorite Fox’s shows like The Simpsons, Bones, Family Guy, Glee, Bullseye, Hell’s Kitchen, Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader, and many more shows. Besides recorded episodes, you’ll also be able to watch live streams and full episodes of American Idol.
You must enter your TV provider username and password in order to be able to gain the full access to all episodes in the FOX Now library, but Fox provides access to the last five episodes of its latest shows like Empire, Gotham, The Last Man on Earth and Wayward Pines for those who don’t have an account. You can also pin an individual show as a live tile to the Start Screen in order to access it faster. FOX Now supports many providers, including DirecTV, Time Warner Cable, AT&T U-Verse, Verizon FiOS, etc.
Video streaming apps are becoming very popular on Windows and Windows phone platforms. FOX Now joins the group of other popular video streaming apps like Netfilx, Hulu and Crunchyroll, as well as Microsoft’s very own, in-house Xbox Video service. What is your favorite streaming app for Windows platforms? Do you like more to access your paid content from everywhere or just use regular apps, like YouTube?
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