4. "Hulu TV (w/ HBO), Netflix, Spotify" In response to Reply # 0
Hulu TV is actually pretty good. The only issue is the lack of an extensive guide organized by time, like something you'd see on a cable TV interface. But even with a relatively slow broadband connection, the video is stable. The service has a decent amount of DVR space and if there is a show that expires, most of them are available through the individual networks.
Have Netflix as well, no explanation needs. And with Roku the Spotify app is great to play music on in the background since there aren't any real audio devices in my home.
I wish I was brave enough to go the illicit streaming route, but the only way I'd feel comfortable doing that would be paying for VPN, which doesn't make too much sense since the dollars involved with that is pretty steep.
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I don't know anyone's expertise on the subject but if you have any questions hit me with a DM. I have experience with STBemu, Perfect Player, VLC-mp3u8, and a variety of android boxes. Im just passing on the knowledge. Be sure to check out the channel listings.
Oh yeah. Vaders has a 5 day catch for its streams. Beast TV 3 days. This means that any channel that you have you can go back 3-5 days and watch whatever you missed. You can also download/record whatever you want.
10. "PS Vue, Netflix, Prime Video, and Hulu" In response to Reply # 0
I think I like Vue more than cable for sure. They were charging me for the cable box every month. Vue has a better lineup for me anyway. They offer most of the networks too, and the DVR service is pretty good too.
You're such pests...now, what is it you want? In your depths of your ignorance, what is it you want? Well, whatever it is you want, I can't deliver because I just don't see it. - Orson Welles