Yesterday, we announced the official launch of Vidgo’s Live TV streaming service. One question kept coming up in comments, along with on our Facebook page and in emails. Readers wanted to know why the service didn’t include a DVR.
Vidgo has now confirmed that the DVR feature is coming. While we don’t have an exact date, Vidgo replied to some tweets, saying “DVR on the way, the plan is within 60 days. We will also carry a loopback feature for 72 hours.” So, if you’re waiting for the DVR feature to be added before giving Vidgo a try with a 7 day free trial, you won’t have too much longer to wait.
With a Vidgo subscription, you’ll get:
- A diverse content and channel offering
- The ability to stream on three simultaneous devices at home or on the go
- Social TV platform powered by Kiswe Mobile
- Live local channels in select initial markets from ABC, Fox, and My Network TV (Vidgo says the will continue to roll out locals to more markets in the weeks to come.)
- National content providers – ESPN, Disney, Freeform, FX, National Geographic, Fox, Discovery, A&E, and ViacomCBS
- Sports – ESPN, Fox Sports, NFL Network, PAC-12 Network, Stadium, and beIN Sports
- News – Fox News, Fox Business, Cheddar, participating ABC and Fox local station news
- Comprehensive college sports coverage in its basic package, including 38 upcoming college football bowl games and thousands of college basketball games
- Access to full programming lineup at home or on the go
- Three simultaneous device streams, at home or on the go
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