How many nights do you spend with your significant other and try to find something to watch on TV?
“Taste” is an app that solves the problem with subscribing to a lot of streaming services — which is, you have to exit one to browse another.
If you cut the cable or satellite cord a few years ago to save money, you’re not saving as much as you did initially.
Here’s an app to keep you from spending most of your evenings browsing for something to watch on your TV.
APP OF THE DAY: “Letterboxd”. It’s a social network for movie lovers and series bingers, which may help you find streaming movies and shows you like faster than ever.
Streaming TV options are plentiful. You can subscribe to streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, YouTube, YouTube TV, HBO Max, Triller, and lots of other offerings. There are also dozens of free options such as Pluto TV, Tubi, and Crackle.
The TV streaming landscape has changed a great deal since the start of 2020 and many customers may find they’re paying just as much for TV and internet as they did before leaving cable.
Have you ever spent over an hour flipping through all the movies and shows on Netflix for something to watch? But you see the same old movies and shows in your choices.
It’s getting more expensive to save money by cutting the cable or satellite cord. YouTube TV customers have been notified that their subscriptions are going up a whopping $15 next month and new customers who sign up will pay $65 a month. Hulu Plus Live TV also went up last year along with Fubo TV which notified customers that their…
2+ months in isolation or just spending more time at home, you may be running out of things to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime or Disney+. I’ve seen many posts from Facebook friends asking for recommendations for what to watch after finishing “Ozark”, “The Tiger King” and “Dead to Me” series. There are thousands of movies and shows on…