Verizon FiOS Mobile
By Verizon Services Corporation
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Check out the Verizon FiOS Mobile application with select live streaming TV channels, available now to watch both in and out of your home! FiOS Mobile also offers Free and Subscription On Demand content, the ability to use your eligible device as a remote control to interact with your FiOS TV, remotely manage your DVR recordings, view TV listings, and access the FiOS On Demand catalog.
Access to select Free and Subscription On Demand content from anywhere, as well as the ability to browse the ever-growing FiOS On Demand library of movies and TV shows.
Live streaming TV channels both in and out of your FiOS home (*requires both FiOS TV and FiOS Internet service in home, as well as subscription to any of the channels you wish to watch):
- Select live channels while in your FiOS home
- Select live channels while away from your FiOS home
- Select live local channels if you are a FiOS customer based in certain locations: NYC, NJ, Philadelphia, DC
Manage your DVR recordings, check the status of your DVR, and schedule new recordings from anywhere (*requires a DVR)
Use your eligible mobile phone or tablet device as a remote control while in your home (*requires an HD set-top box)
Verizon FiOS TV subscription required. In-home live TV streaming requires Internet and TV subscription and use of FiOS router. Remote control functionality requires use of FiOS router and HD Set Top Box. Subscription to premium movie channels or highest-tiered TV package required to access certain channels. NFL Network and NFL Redzone streaming only available on tablets. FiOS On Demand service usage and content availability restrictions apply. Wireless data charges may apply.
Please note: This app features Nielsen’s proprietary measurement software which contributes to market research, like Nielsen’s TV Ratings. Please see http://www.nielsen.com/digitalprivacy for more information
What's New in Version 3.6.7
- More VOD networks are coming soon! This app update will allow you to enjoy Fox, FX, FXX, Nat Geo, Fox Sports, A&E, Lifetime, History, Comedy Central, Nick, Nick Jr., MTV, Spike and many more as programming becomes available. Update Today!
- Bug fixes and optimization
- Bug fixes and optimization.
Not as good as Comcast-- very disappointing.
Update for the recent updated version: WHAT HAPPENED TO CBS IN MY CHANNEL SELECTION???????? The channel selection is a collection of the worst-- or best, if that's your taste-- in reality programming. Ugh. Oh well, back to podcasts and my streaming services... wait....why do I need Verizon TV at all? Hmmm...
How can a company the size of Verizon have an app that crashes and today, doesn't know I'm a customer? Having used Comcast for years, I'm very disappointed. There's no pause button, there's almost no ability to see "catch up" episodes and there's a very limited selection of TV shows for online viewing. The channel selection has expanded, but still no PBS. All of these features were available on Comcast, and I'm considering a return. I use online viewing much of the day, and miss being able to see what I want. Add to that the lack of hot spots, and this is costing more and more time and $$. Hmmm....
Bad user experience, bad buffering problems
This is an updated review. Basically, everything I've written below for the previous version still holds for the May 28, 2015 update...
Having been a Time Warner Cable customer, and using their iPad app for over three years, I find this app to pale in comparison. FiOS is several years behind Time Warner in how this app functions and how one navigates through it. It also has much less to offer.
Areas where the FiOS app is severely lacking:
1. Major buffering problems. The stream freezes every couple minutes. As I write this, it is pretty much unwatchable.
2. User navigation is clunky and visually ugly. You know... you really don't need to make the various network logos so big.
3. Image is low resolution.
Areas where the Time Warner iPad app is superior:
1. Many more local stations are available
2. You can change "channels" without having to exit out of the current one. Touching the screen allows the user to see what else is on and jump between them.
3. On Demand offerings are deeper and have more-complete series. Plus, the On Demand on Time Warner is higher resolution.
Overall, I'm amazed that a technologically superior company like Verizon, who offers the fastest internet connectivity around, has such a badly designed, badly coded, badly serviced iPad app. Because, you know... more and more people watch television on their iPads.
I just had an episode (no pun intended) with this amazing application. I had to share it with the world. My father is always listening to the TV inconsiderately high, and it's always a task to get him to turn it down. While I'm laying in my bed, sleepy as ever, I know I cannot possibly get a good rest with the blaring sounds of progressive commercials. 😒 I think to myself, what am I to do? I then remember I have this wonderful app installed on my phone. Immediately I change the remote setting to the one I have in the living room and turn down the TV myself, with no hassle. Thanks to Verizon, I could enjoy my sleep with no Flo from Progressive telling me about her snapshot. Thank you so much Verizon! This is genius.
- Category: Entertainment
- Updated: May 28, 2015
- Version: 3.6.7
- Size: 32.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Verizon Services Corporation
- © Verizon Information Technologies LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.