I was just in John Lewis looking for a new smart TV and was originally looking for either a Samsung or LG TV as they have the now TV app. However the salesman was telling me I should go for a Sony TV as that is getting the now TV app in September. I can't see any info a out this so I am wondering if he was just telling me this to sell a TV. Has anyone heard this too or can someone from now TV confirm if it is true or not?
I don’t reckon the sales staff in Curry’s would even talk to you, let alone give away “trade secrets”, unless they thought a sale was in the offing 😝
You’d be well wrong there, then 😜
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Didn't happen, did it? Let’s see how the next “salesman’s assurance” pans out in the next few days....
Don’t worry, I know you were rightly sceptical!
Sorry to resurrect this, but what's the actual problem with getting a native Now TV app for Sony Android TV's?
I've been scanning forums this evening, and it appears that this has been going on since 2017. As I understand it, Samsung and LG Android TV's support it, but for some reason, Sony TV's cannot? I don't quite understand why this would be when they're all fundamentally using the same O/S? What am I missing here?
Having just checked the NowTV support pages, it tells me quite clearly that they offer an Android app, and simply direct you to download it from the Play store.
Many thanks for a techie answer!