Streaming has become more expensive but there are ways to save on the monthly cost. Here are seven tips we use regularly to lower our costs.
While Pluto TV is free and doesn’t require a subscription, it does rely on ads to generate revenue. Here’s what that means for the viewer.
There are many reasons to consider buying a new smart TV, but access to streaming services and apps should be at the bottom of the list.
Already paying too much for streaming services? It might be worth considering switching over to annual plans to save on the total cost.
One of the benefits of streaming is the ability to easily make changes including the option to cancel a streaming service at any time.
If it is time to say goodbye to Philo (temporarily or permanently), here’s how to cancel on most platforms and devices.
HBO Max subscribers can stream on multiple devices at the same time, but how many tends to depend on how a household accesses the service.
Signing out of the Hulu app on a smart TV is not complicated, so long as you know where to find the ‘log out’ option in the settings menu.
Taking more of a self-management approach to streaming services and subscriptions might require more work, but you’ll save money in the end.
If you’ve had enough of HBO Max, here’s how to cancel a subscription on most devices.
If you think someone is accessing your HBO Max subscription without your permission, here’s what to do.
T-Mobile customers can now get a 12-month Apple TV+ subscription at no extra cost. Here’s how to check if you’re eligible for the free deal.
If Peacock is not for you then here is how you can cancel your subscription.
Paramount+ might offer an ad-free streaming experience to Premium subscribers, but some commercials can’t be avoided.
Hulu has not always allowed subscribers to download episodes and movies, but it does now. Here’s how to get started downloading your favorite Hulu shows.
You can now control a Roku device using just your Apple Watch? Here’s how.