As part of our ongoing series, this month’s Xfinity Tips feature focuses on the Xfinity Stream app!
It’s almost April school vacation week in New England — time to pack your app with your favorite TV shows and movies to keep you and our family entertained while you travel or are simply enjoying a “staycation”.
The Xfinity Stream app provides on-the-go access to more than 100 live networks such as ESPN, Lifetime, CNN and the Disney Channel. Also, the app lets you watch DVR recordings on the go. And, you can even download On Demand movies and up to 10 shows from your X1 DVR so that you can watch them anytime even when you’re not on WiFi.
At home, X1 customers can also turn any smart device into a TV and watch virtually any channel on their lineup or watch a program on their DVR with the Xfinity Stream app at home.
The video below features our marketing colleague here in Greater Boston, Sandy Parks, explaining how easy the Xfinity Stream app is to use (and how it can help put a stop to arguments at home over who gets control of the remote!).
The Xfinity Stream app also has accessibility options built-in: closed captioning and video description (especially important for visually impaired customers) and SAP (Secondary Audio Program) which makes it easy to hear a program in another language, such as Spanish.
And, beginning on Monday, April 16, the Stream app will also keep you entertained with “Watchathon” – where Comcast makes thousands of TV shows from dozens of entertainment providers from HBO to Netflix available for free for one week, to all of our customers.
Thanks for watching. We’ll provide more Xfinity tips on this page in the weeks ahead. Stay tuned!