on 12-05-2022 17:25
Sky Go have dedicated apps readily available across Multiple Consoles, Apple TVs etc.
BT have dedicated apps on Multiple Consoles, Apple TV, Firesticks, Nvidia Shields, Smart TVs and
NowTV have apps available on Firesticks, Apple TVs, Smart TVs, Consoles etc
All these devices a great for Multi Room.
Yet Virgin is stuck in the stone ages where the only way you can get it is to connect your Laptop/PC to your TV via HDMI and play it that way. Seriously, why is Virgin stuck in the stone age. I mean there Windows App is literally just a App with a built in browser. I know it's not the guys fault on this forum but where's the developers at?
on 12-05-2022 18:09
Virgin Media's primary delivery method is via a set-top-box connected to your TV.
The TV-Go app is intended for multiroom and out-of-home viewing.
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on 12-05-2022 20:48
Sky/BT primary delivery method is also via a set top box. They still provide apps that allow for Multiroom on TVs
Virgin TV Go App does not have a stand-alone TV app. Like BT/NowTV and Sky Go.....