Vizio is rolling out new features that are designed to improve the user experience and speed up the time it takes to navigate the interface.
YouTube TV is in the process of rolling out an update to its Live and Library sections. The changes aren’t huge, but are worth knowing about.
There’s a good reason why some YouTube TV subscribers still haven’t got the new live guide clock – it hasn’t finished rolling out yet.
Not in the mood to ‘Netflix and chill’? You’ll soon be able to Netflix and exercise thanks to the arrival of Nike Training Club videos.
Apple Music Sing provides Apple Music subscribers with an easy way to turn their Apple TV 4K streaming player into a karaoke machine.
It’s now possible to download Discovery Plus videos and watch them without an internet connection, so long as you’re an ad-free subscriber.
Netflix is now making it easier for subscribers to manage devices tied to their account, even if they no longer have access to those devices.
Vizio is rolling out a number of improvements to its WatchFree+ service. The changes should make it easier to find movies and shows to watch.
Vizio SmartCast TV users have now gained a dedicated watchlist for movies and shows. Content recommendations are also getting an upgrade.
Google has added managed watchlists to Google TV to offer parents more control over the shows and movies that a Kid profile has access to.
Netflix is now making it easier for profile owners to create their own subscription without losing access to their personalized settings.
Sony PlayStation 5 users now have the option of downloading a newer and more powerful Disney Plus app directly on their game console.
As part of the streaming service’s continued expansion into gaming, Netflix now lets subscribers create their own unique gamer handle.
Roku is already a popular streaming platform and it is about to get a lot better thanks to the release of Roku OS 11.5 later this year.