If you are a Fubo live TV subscriber, you may notice a new user interface rolling out. Fubo has confirmed to Cord Cutters News that they have started to test a re-design of their apps that will include a new user interface they call their global “Unified Platform (UP).” Now it seems that rollout is picking up speed as new customers are reporting they are getting the app, especially with Android TV, Google TV, and Fire TV devices.
This new Fubo user interface will be a re-build and re-designed app across TV, mobile, and web. Already a handful of users have been invited into a betta to test out the new app this week. Fubo says they expect to roll out the updated apps to all Fubo users in the coming weeks, but no exact dates have been announced.
Fubo told Cord Cutters News that the new apps will be a gateway to a more intuitive, personalized, and humanized live TV streaming experience.
This news comes as Fubo also brought back their new top-of-the-line Ultimate package, which includes the NFL Redzone Channel, which was not included in the original package. It also comes with almost 300 channels, 1,000 hours of DVR, and 4K programming included. Lastly, maybe the best selling point for many sports fans is you can get watch on ten different devices at once.
With this news though, Fubo has stopped selling the Premier package. If you currently have the Premier package, you will be able to keep your current package. New subscribers will need to pay for the Ultimate NFL package.
Do you have the new user interface? Let us know what you think of it.
Here are many of the channels included with Fubo:
|American Heroes Channel||✓|
|Bally Regional Sports Networks||✓|
|BeIN Sports en Espanol||✓|
|Big Ten Network||✓|
|Fox Soccer Plus||✓|
|fubo Sports Network||✓|
|FX Movie Channel||✓|
|Great American Country||✓|
|Law & Crime Trial Network||✓|
|Marquee Sports Network||✓|
|NBC Sports RSNs||✓|
|Root Sports Northwest||✓|
|Sony Movie Channel||✓|