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.
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.
Now that Channel 4 has taken control of the BBC’s Formula One broadcast feeds in the UK, there may be a few people wondering how to watch the live streams via the Internet – after-all, as wonderful as All 4 is, they don’t actually make it as easy to watch live streams as the BBC did.
The Now TV Box is probably the best VOD deal in the world today, but it comes with only a limited number of apps. We show you how easy it is to sideload certain apps to the Now TV box, including an unofficial version of TVPlayer for live FTA UK television and Plex for your home video library.
Whilst Smart DNS is almost certainly the most practical and easiest way to unblock geographic restrictions from television streaming services, some hotels or public hotspots don’t take too kindly to users having such freedom in their network. No worries, just fire up Getflix’s DNS-over-VPN.
Using a Smart DNS to unblock geo-restrictions for global streaming services is such an amazing thing, but wouldn’t it be great also to automate IP registration if yours changes every day? One of the best ways to achieve this is via a Cron Job, and one of the best things about Getflix is that they support Cron Jobs – not all Smart DNS providers do!
So you’ve heard that it’s possible to switch the country region of your Netflix account to access even more movies and television series, but was wondering how difficult this is to do? Actually, it is really quite easy and we show you how.
Just bought yourself a brand new J-series Samsung TV with the hope to install on-demand apps from your home country despite being abroad? It won’t take long to realize that the only store available in the smart hub is your local one with no way to change this – that is unless you use the backdoor, and in all honesty, it’s a pretty painless process.
Got yourself a Kindle Fire tablet and tired that it is stuck to just one country’s collection of apps? Want to mix the BBC iPlayer with Zattoo & Hulu? Wait no further. There’s a relatively easy trick to mix apps from multiple regions onto the single Kindle hub…
So you want to cancel a streaming television subscription that you set up on your Apple TV, but you can’t find out how to do it at their website? No worries, this is because it must be cancelled on your iTunes account instead. Check out our four-step guide that explains it all.