Philo announced that their app would support Chromecast and Chromecast supported TVs. Philo announced that their app would soon support Chromecast and Chromecast supported TVs on Android devices in the coming weeks. This will coincide with Philo’s “Philo Connect” effort, which will enable Philo TV viewers to watch content seamlessly across multiple devices. For example, let’s assume you are watching a show with Philo on your Roku, but have to leave your house. You could open the Philo app on your smartphone while you are out and continue watching the show where you left off.
Philo offers over 61 channels for just $20 per month. Philo currently supports watching on the web through your browser, iOS, and Android smartphones, Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, and Apple TV. In the future, Philo plans to support social viewing and watch parties with other Philo subscribers no matter where they are located.
Philo is currently the most affordable live TV streaming service on the market. They offer a 1-week free trial, and you can sign up for it without giving your credit card number. Check out our review of Philo TV for more information on this live TV streaming service.
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