fuboTV Updates Their Roku Channel Adds DVR & On Demand Support




For months now fuboTV has slowly been adding more DVR features to their live TV streaming service. Yet sadly you had to use their mobile app or web version to access the DVR. Well, today that finally happened with the launch of a new Roku Channel for fuboTV.

Starting today fuboTV started to roll out a new Roku Channel with the ability to view DVR recordings. For now, you can only view DVR recordings on your Roku Channel to set them up you will still need to use a laptop or desktop computer.

Last month fuboTV also added the ability to pause and rewind live TV on its service. You can now stop a live stream to go to the bathroom or replay a big play for your own instant replay.

Here is what the new fuboTV Roku Channel looks like:

It’s quickly becoming clear that fuboTV is the scrappy live TV streaming service that is fighting to get its name out. Since it launched its fuboTV Premiere service in January bringing more US networks and non-sports networks it has been rapidly expanding. Now fuboTV is offering its service for just $19.99 for the first two months.

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