Here's a technical one. Is it possible to have a setting for the time elapsed before the TV guide disappears from view. this would apply for the side guide bar & the now/next window. While at it I think it would be really useful if we could have an info button for each channel. Selectable via a on screen icon
I'm flummoxed as to where to leave a request for additional channels/ideas so if this isn't the right place let me know and please point me in the right direction!
In the same way there's the Hayu Pass, how about having one that encompasses all or some of the 19 Asian channels on Sky TV. It would be something I would very much like to see rather than having to go down the route of having to contract in with Sky TV - my fave is B4u Music which over the years I've very sadly seen drop from Freeview, Freesat and Amazon TV. Here's hoping 👍
When will Now TV provide a add-on pack that caters for Asian channels like star plus etc?
I definitely think a lot of customers would be interested in something like this, as long as the £ was reasonable when compared to Sky or any other competitor product out there.
Interested in some feedback on this.
I think you will find that Roku-branded Sticks are already there.....
You have that now, on the BBC iPlayer, itv hub, All4 and My5 apps respectively on a NowTV Stick.
Thats the best you are going to get from anyone, without either Freeview or Freesat.
NowTV did, briefly, make a box with Freeview on it, but it didn’t prosper, not least because NowTV Sticks are designed to go into a TV anyway, and most of those have Freeview or Freesat connected anyway.
Outside of the Stick, the NowTV app just offers the Sky channels, which is all it can offer; the apps that give the 5 channels you want (plus all the other channels those broadcasters offer) are separate apps that the devices with the NowTV app on it may or may not provide.
But a completely seamless service, like Freeview but over the internet, will have to wait until Arqiva offer us FreeNet, or whatever they might call such a service.