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New rumours have recently surfaced suggesting of a huge potential u-turn for Netflix in relation to offline downloads, with industry insider and Penthera COO Dan Taitz now predicting this much sort-aftered feature before the end of the year.
It’s finally happened overnight with the last of Australia’s major television networks making its way onto the Apple TV 4. As of today, all five major free-to-air Aussie broadcasters have on-demand apps on Apple’s streaming device with Network Nine being the last to launch an app.
You may have heard that it is now harder to access foreign versions of Netflix when outside of their respective countries. While it isn’t yet impossible, it’s not quite as easy as it used to be. Not everyone is having problems, but if you are, check out our guide as it may offer a potential solution.
Until now, Sky Sports Germany via their internet-delivered portal was only available on a daily basis, meaning it could cost a staggering €465 per month. But come summer, Sky Online Germany will finally add a weekly and monthly subscription that should allow significant savings.
Imagine a television with a tuner that can pick up every live TV channel in the world. Well, we’re not quite there yet… but we’ve found a pretty cool start to it on the Apple TV where you can flip through live channels of your choice.
While most broadcasters outside of the US continue to ignore the potential of Android TV, the streaming platform itself is jumping from strength to strength by expanding its range of supported European television sets.
While virtually ignored by the majority of countries around the world, Google’s surprisingly excellent connected-TV platform Android TV is rather well supported by our American friends, with this trend continuing further as ESPN and Starz find their way onto selected Android TV devices.
Amazon Prime Instant Video is America’s second largest on-demand video subscription service and the chief pain in Netflix’s proverbial side. Sometimes good competition works in the favour of the consumer and this has given Amazon Prime some killer features that walk all over Netflix. But is it really as good as it sounds?
Sky’s contract-free Internet-delivered SVOD service Now TV, has just announced the addition of Nat Geo Wild channel to the Entertainment Pass, while splitting off the children’s channels onto their own separate package.