DIRECTV NOW Just Sent Out More Invites to Their DVR Beta




Channel Surfing Man

Channel Surfing ManLast night AT&T started sending out more 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.

According to beta testers, the new DVR currently offers 100 hours of DVR. Shows you record can be found in a new My Library area on the new DIRECTV NOW app. In My Library, you can watch your shows or simply swipe left to delete the recordings you no longer want.

To setup a recording you tap on a record button.  You can also record any show you are watching right now by clicking on the menu buttons on the top corner of your app and selecting record. To see details for future shows you may want to record, check the “shows feature”.

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

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