NBC Merges All of Their Streaming Apps Into a Single App





Love using network apps to access live streams or on-demand content? Hate having to have multiple apps installed? Today NBC addressed that issue by merging all of their network apps into a single app.

Now with the new NBC app, you can access all NBC Universal networks content from a single place including E!, CNBC, Bravo, SyFy, Oxygen, and more. You can even access live content with a new grid guide that looks a lot like a traditional cable guide.

Both Fox and Disney have already been offing a single app that offers access to multiple networks. With the new Disney app, you will also be able to access content from multiple networks. No longer do you need a Disney app and a Disney Jr app as you can access all of that content from a single place.

Right now it looks like the NBC has updated their mobile app. Look for more apps to be updated on more devices soon.

Have you tested out the new NBC app? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think of the new NBC app.

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