FuboTV subscribers who missed the big game are in luck thanks to a couple of new features the service has rolled out.
A Fubo representative made the announcement today that subscribers now get 10 total DVR spots that last up to 10 days each. Fubo’s DVR feature first came out back in 2015, but it was somewhat limited. This upgrade means subscribers have a lot more DVR spots, going from 3 to 10.
And if you forgot to set the DVR? That’s not a problem either.
Late last month, the streaming television service debuted a new “lookback” feature that lets users catch up on shows they missed (within 72 hours). Almost all content, including shows and live sporting events, are included in that feature.
Along with the expanded DVR, Fubo also announced an upgraded mobile app that brings a number of additions. The Fubo Android 3.2 app includes a redesigned entertainment tab for both shows and movies (letting the users search by genre, or all at once), a “live now” carousel for shows, and “upcoming” and “recently aired” tabs for shows and movies. The newest Fubo Android app also fixes a number of known bugs.
Not familiar with FuboTV? It’s an alternative to cable television that costs under $35 a month. It started as a service dedicated to mostly soccer, but now it’s a sports fan’s dream (along with plenty of standard channels too), with almost every major sports network available. They’re adding channels at a rapid pace, and quickly becoming one of the most popular streaming television services on the market.
Earlier this year, Fubo announced deals with a number of large networks, like Fox, A&E, NBC, Fuse, Crown, NBA, and the Weather Channel. Several premium add-on packages are available, and with the addition of the new lookback and DVR features, expect the service to continue growing.