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schnapps
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Re: NOW TV Labs

Hi @Katsoft 

 

Looking at this link page, the list that NOW supports from a playback perspective is pretty decent if you ask me.

 

https://help.nowtv.com/article/what-devices-can-i-use-to-watch-now 

 

Though i would like to see them add the NOW native App to Android TV (apart from Sony) and maybe Panasonic and Hisense Vidda smart TV's which i also own.

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RoyB
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Re: NOW TV Labs

@Katsoft 

 

Further to what @schnapps said, most of the devices you have listed are supposed to work with Now. 

So the problem you have isn’t that you haven’t got Now on those devices, it is that Now on those devices isn’t working for you.

 

But there is nothing in your posting that would help us to help you to get them working again for you ?


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Re: NOW TV Labs

Sorry was just a bit peeved that from working on most of my devices they all seemed to lose ability to view Now.  I looked at what I was getting and decided I would stop Now subscription and work with prime and disney on my tv's, stb,  pvr's tablet and phone. I think dropping now is the cheaper option. Rather that,  than buying new tv's, pvr's, stb. Must admit new tablet on cards. However I don't  think I'd get enough use to justify fiddling aboutvtrying to get now to work
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