Philo Adds Personal Profiles




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Watching TV, Watching, Living Room, Domestic Life, SmilingToday Philo rolled out the ability to have multiple profiles. This means now your experience on Philo will be different from your kids or spouse. This means now when you open your Philo app no longer do you see all the saved shows that your spouse enjoys but you hate.

Here is how the update was described online:

Personalize your Philo experience by creating profiles – everyone who shares the account can have their own sign-in credentials, saved shows, and viewing history. Go ahead and make some profiles for your family and friends. You can have up to 10.

Available via web, iOS, tvOS, Fire TV, Roku

This comes just a few days after Philo rolled out a new update on Roku bringing a more traditional gride guide to the Philo app. Now you can see what is on now and what is coming up on your favorite channels.

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