DIRECTV NOW Just Sent Out a 3rd Round of DVR Invites




Channel Surfing ManLast night AT&T started sending out a 3rd round of invites to their DVR. It still looks like you need to be both a DIRECTV NOW customer and an AT&T customer. The new DIRECTV NOW app is still only using the AT&T login to access DIRECTV NOW.

Here is the invite that went out to the lucky few who got selected:

Make sure to check the email address you gave AT&T and look in your spam to make sure it didn’t end up there.

It still looks like AT&T is testing mobile devices as we have yet to hear from any Apple TV, Fire TV, or Roku users who are testing the DVR. AT&T says that this fall (likely late this fall) the DVR and new DIRECTV NOW app will start to roll out to all DIRECTV NOW subscribers.

Here is a quick look at what the DVR looks like:

Now, this is likely to be a staged rollout similar to how Hulu and Sling TV both slowly rolled out their new apps and DVR features to different devices over the course of a few months. AT&T has still not stated what devices will get the DVR feature first.

Want to learn more about the DIRECTV NOW DVR? You can find screen shots and more details HERE.

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