fuboTV, the sports-focused OTT TV service, has released version 4.0 of its Android app, which includes an overhaul of its user interface.
The update also aims to boost content discovery and introduces My Fubo, a central location for subscribers to manage what they watch, stream and schedule cloud DVR recordings and to continue watching a show that’s been recorded.
This video shows the new Android app in action:
Also new to fuboTV is a Startover beta feature for its new Android app that’s also currently available on its apps for iOS devices, web browsers and Apple TV devices.
Startover lets viewers go to the beginning of games or TV shows on “select channels.” fuboTV has been asked to elaborate on which specific channels support this feature early on.
UPDATE: fuboTV said more than 25 channels, including beIN Sports, NBA TV, Pac-12 Networks, as well as recently launched channels such as AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance, WE tv, and Fox and NBC (in certain markets) are currently supported by the Startover feature, with more channels expected to be added to that mix daily.
fuboTV announced in October 2017 that it had surpassed 100,000 subscribers.
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