Inexpensive Streaming Service Philo Lands on Apple TV This Summer

Rodiano Bonacci
Aprile 17, 2018

Philo has no sports channels, no major television networks, and no local network affiliate channels like its competitors Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, and Sling TV.

But there are a few unique services for consumers who are willing to pay a bit more or for those who would rather pay less, and one of the latter is making its way to two incredibly popular streaming devices.

The service has confirmed the majority of its channels would be offering what they call "TV Everywhere" authentication for subscribers at no additional fee and has created an online list of those channels for customers. Philo CEO Andrew McCollum made the announcement in an interview last week.

The $16-a-month bundle of 37 cable channels has been available since last November on Roku, iOS-based devices like the iPhone, Google Cast and through Chromecast via a Chrome browser. When Philo launched its $16-per-month streaming service previous year, it began with support for iOS devices, Roku and Google Chromecast. The service also offers a 46-channel package that includes everything in the intro package and adds channels like Logo and Nicktoons.

Philo will allow users to allow all the content on the specific network app.

Philo is missing numerous channels that you'll find on other services, but if you couldn't care less about live sports or 24-hour news, you'll end up saving a bundle by choosing Philo over its competitors.

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