FitzyTV is just like every other TV everywhere, but then the difference is here you can log in with multiple cable or satellite pay-TV service providers to stream a wide range of subscribed channels. It currently offers 77 live TV channels. The channels include NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, CNN, USA, Discovery, TBS, TNT, etc. Let us see more about the FitzyTV on Roku.
Features of FitzyTV on Roku
- It supports various TV service providers like DIRECTV, DISH, Charter Spectrum, Xfinity, and Cox.
- Also, it supports streaming service providers like Philo, Sling TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV, and Philo.
- Make sure to log in with the streaming service provider. Once done, you can select the channel and start streaming.
- Moreover, it is free and you can pay $5/month for Cloud DVR for every 25 hours of DVR capacity.
How to Stream FitzyTV on Roku
Recently the app has been shut down its TV everywhere service due to legal issues. So, if you still want to use it, you can install the Stremium TV aggregator app and cloud DVR app to start streaming. Both offer the same service and work in the same way.
1. Subscribe to a cable TV service provider or any streaming service provider.
2. Press the home button on your Roku remote.
3. From the home screen, navigate to the Roku Channel Store by clicking on the Streaming Channel option.
4. Now, choose the Search Channel option.
5. On the search screen, type Stremium.
6. Click on the Add Channel button.
7. Launch the Stremium app and log in to the respective pay-TV service provider.
8. Selec the channel you want to stream and start your live streaming.
Stremium also offers you a cloud DVR option to record and stream your favorite shows whenever and wherever you want.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is FitzyTV on Roku?
No, there is no official FitzyTV app available on the Roku Channel Store.
Is Stremium free?
Yes, you can get the Stremium app for free. But to access the contents, you need a pay-TV service provider subscription.