FuboTV is a live streaming service that is geared toward sports fans but offers much more. Check out all the channels available on FuboTV.
FuboTV is yet another way to ditch cable, but it adds its own twist with more sports offerings in the base package than any competing streaming service — and even more available via add-ons. It’s also the first live TV streaming service to offer content in 4K UHD and high-dynamic range (HDR) But is it right for you?
FuboTV: What you get
FuboTV isn’t just a sports bundle. It also includes a slew of non-sports channels, such as FX, SyFy, A&E, and HGTV. FuboTV also offers local CBS, NBC, and Fox channels in many markets, with on-demand shows from those channels nationwide. But if those channels are all you care about, there are other ways to get them for less. (You’ll find FuboTV’s complete channel lineup at the bottom of this review.)
FuboTV’s apps have come a long way since our last review, when bugs were a constant issue and key features such as DVR access were missing on TV devices.
Smart TVs powered by the Roku, Amazon Fire, and Android TV platforms are also supported, and as expected, there’s also a FuboTV website to watch on your computer. It should work with most browsers, but the company recommends Google Chrome.
For most devices, DVR recordings only become available to watch one hour after the recording is finished, however iOS devices and Apple TV support FuboTV’s instant DVR feature, which lets you begin watching as soon as you start recording
Fubo Cycling, Fox Soccer Plus, GOLTV English, GOLTV Spanish, TyC Sports, Eleven Sports Network
FuboTV positions its OTT service as a full-featured cable or satellite TV replacement. It has recently rolled out new features including a beta version of 4K streams, with 4K content coming to the service in the next few weeks from MLB, English Premier League and El Clasico. Fubo also offers “dynamic discovery,” an interface that lets subscribers browse live content via an in-progress preview directly on the home screen.