fuboTV Launches Multiview 2.0 Feature for Apple TV




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fuboTV announced today the launch of a new Multiview 2.0 feature, allowing users to follow multiple games, live and at the same time. The update comes just in time for the Big 10 season kick off this weekend.

Last year, fuboTV created Multiview, allowing subscribers to watch two live channels at the same time. Now, users can watch up to four live TV channels at once. The streaming service has also made the Multiview feature easier to discover, gave it an intuitive interface, and added more customization options.

How it works

  1. You can enter Multiview mode in a couple of ways. Select “Watch in Multiview” in the options menu for any live program. Or, swipe up while watching one channel, and press and hold on another one to add it to the screen.
  2. To add even more channels, use “Add channel” at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Customize your Multiview experience by pressing and holding on a channel. Options include removing the channel, changing the channel, moving it to elsewhere on the screen, or watching in fullscreen.

Multiview launches today and will be rolling out to all subscribers on Apple TV in the coming days.

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