That's right fans, a new app, having spent some time on the Windows store already, has just been made available for the Xbox that allows you to catch up with the likes of Jezza, Ant and Dec and shampoo...err...soaps. The TVPlayer app works just like purchasing a freeview box or having freeview built into your television set. You get access to over 60 channels including all the BBC channels, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Kiss, Kerrang!, CBBC, Cbeebies and CITV. If you're willing to pay £5.99 a month to upgrade to TVPlus, you'll gain access to the premium channels including ... Read More »
It's been a long wait but finally its hear. Yes that's right, after a three year wait the ITV Hub has finally come to the Xbox One. This is ITV's equivalent to the BBC's iPlayer service and allows you to catchup with all of your favourite ITV programs. You can download the app for free on your Xbox One. At the moment however the app isn't showing on Xbox.com but you can search for it directly on your Xbox dashboard. For some this might not seem like a big deal but for others this could be the second best thing ... Read More »
Well, now that I got your attention, Microsoft and Hulu have partnered up to give Xbox users 2 free months of Hulu. Xbox users can download the Hulu app and then go to the link here. Click the "Sign up for a free 2-month trial" link and then input the device activation code that is given from the Xbox Hulu app. Hope you all enjoy the free entertainment as much as I am. What shows are you going to be binge watching? Let's talk about our favorite shows in the comment section down below! This is a US-only offer, though. ... Read More »
Now Microsoft have re-aligned the Xbox One to focus on – what else? – games, certain hangovers from their TV-TV-TV days still remained. TV DVR, the ability to save recorded shows to a hard drive, is one of those hangovers that Xbox owners are still asking for, and waiting on. Now Xbox general manager Dave McCarthy, has teased that it may one day happen. Earlier in June, Microsoft pulled the plug on TV DVR – sort of – claiming it was on hold. Everyone took that to mean the idea was scrapped for keeps, but in an interview with Gamespot, ... Read More »
Remember last year when it was announced that a DVR feature would be added to the Xbox One? The over-the-air live TV recording would have required a tuner (obviously) and an external hard drive. The one thing I definitely do not want to do is buy another external hard drive for my console, and though I love my Castle show dearly, I will just get a DVR from my TV provider. With more and more people streaming their shows through services like Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime, Microsoft must have sensed that it wasn't worth their time, since they cut the cord on the project. ... Read More »
Microsoft has made a stealthy announcement today – a partnership with TV giant HBO. So now, fans of Game of Thrones, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and True Detective can get all their televisual fix just by downloading the app from the Xbox One dashboard. On their official site, Microsoft states… With HBO NOW on Xbox One get instant access to ALL of HBO – every episode of every season of HBO's addictive original series, the biggest and latest hit movies, and so much more. No TV package required! Just one tiny little catch. The service is only available ... Read More »
Game developers have been recreating our favorite television shows for years. From CSI to Game Of Thrones there has always been a varied amount of TV based video games on the market. Having watched my fair share of television shows and played a lot of games centered around TV that we all know and love, I decided that I would put together a list of 5 shows that I would love to see appear as a game on the Xbox Live Store. #5 : Sherlock A modern update finds the famous sleuth and his doctor partner solving crime in 21st ... Read More »
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