It might be safe to say that people like Disney+.
If you are a Verizon Wireless customer and want to take full advantage of a new bundle option coming this week, you may need to make some changes to your plan if you aren't already a Mix & Match subscriber.
Whether there’s a lot happening in the world of sports or nothing at the moment, you might still pop open the ESPN app. You can see what your favorite players are up to and catch up on any news you’ve missed.
The ESPN app, like many others with videos, has an autoplay feature. And it’s usually enabled be default. So those videos you see in the app will start playing automatically, whether you want them to or not. Here, we’ll show you how to disable autoplay in the ESPN app.
Later this year, Disney is going to launch its huge streaming service, Disney+. But the company already owns two other huge services: ESPN+ and Hulu. All of these will be offered in a bundle before the end of 2019.
The Stanley Cup playoffs are just getting underway, and that means hockey games almost every night of the week for the next several weeks. Keeping up with the latest matches, scores, and big plays can be tough.
Thankfully, keeping up with the playoffs doesn’t mean you need to commit several hours a day, in front of multiple TVs, watching every second of every game. Whether you’re looking for highlights or stats, brackets or scores, or even live streams of the games, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are right at your fingertips with these great iOS apps.
The entertainment conglomerate Disney today launched ESPN+, its new video-streaming service with 10,000 live sporting events in its first year, including more than 180 Major League Baseball and National Hockey League games.
Apple TV got the TV app, alongside iPhones and iPads last year. It allows you to easily discover new content to watch, or pickup where you left off. The biggest downside was that it didn't have access to live TV streams, instead of having to launch apps individually. Apple changes this with the new Apple TV 4K.
You can now watch up to four live sporting events simultaneously on your television through ESPN's updated app for the fourth-generation Apple TV that's rolling out today.
Entertainment conglomerate Disney announced during its latest earnings report today that it intends to end a major distribution deal inked with Netflix a few years ago and pull all of its movies from the popular service, including Disney as well as Pixar's titles, CNBC said today.
ESPN today refreshed its app on App Store with an overhauled user interface on Apple TV and other features. Renamed from WatchESPN to just ESPN, the free of charge universal binary now works across your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV and Apple Watch. It now supports auto-playing live streams, replays and full episodes of on-demand content. The app is rolling out today so check back later if it's not live yet on your local App Store.
A Spotify-branded video-streaming service that should augment its music platform has been in the works since May 2015 and now the Swedish startup is poised to launch the new product, The Wall Street Journal said yesterday.
An update to Spotify's iPhone and iPad application with support for ad-free video content for all users in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Sweden is expected by the end of next week.
Apple is frustrated with the many challenges it has faced in trying to build its streaming TV service, reports The Wall Street Journal. The outlet recently sat down with ESPN president John Skipper, who said the iPhone-maker is finding it tough to create something that works for both them and programmers.
"They are creating a significantly advantageous operating system and a great television experience and that television experience is fabulous for sports," Mr. Skipper told the Journal. "We are big proponents of believing it would be a fabulous place to sell some subscriptions. We have ongoing conversations."