Watch your favorite NBC show using your phone! Check this new iOS and Android App released by the network
Are you always on the move but your favorite NBC show is now live? Here?s a solution for that! NBC App is an iOS and Android App that live streams your favorite TV series using your phone!
With this, you just connect to the Internet and open the NBC App and that?s it! It?s pretty simple to use and very convenient. You can also use this at home (if your television is in the living room and you don?t have one in your bedroom).
Although, this App promotes the ?get the NBC App and watch the shows you love wherever and whenever you want?, it still has a limit to what you can actually do. According to Engadget, you can only watch shows from this App if you have a participating cable or satellite provider?s login. If you have that kind of privilege then that?s great!
Isn?t that exciting? Read the details below for the guide on how to download this iOS and Android App.
How to download NBC ?TV Everywhere? iOS and Android App
For Android users:
- Open Google Play Store and type in the keyword ?NBC App? or you can just click here for more convenience.
- Once you have opened the App page, click on the ?install? button and it will automatically download the App to your smartphone.
- Just wait for the download to finish and after that, it will automatically install everything to your phone without having to worry about other technical stuff like opening executable files and so on.
- That?s it! You are done once everything is installed. Just open the App and go have fun.
For iOS iPhone users:
- Pretty much like the first step for the Android users but instead of going to the Google Play Store, here you will go to iTunes or you can just click here to save you the trouble.
- Just click download, wait for it to finish and it will install the App automatically to your iPhone or iPad.
Just to add, NBC?s version of TV Everywhere is free so no worries of paying a monthly subscription for this App.
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