Android TV is seeing its library grow steadily, and today a new streaming service has been incorporated into the platform. XUMO, the free, ad-supported live streaming service has officially launched its app for the Google operating system.
The app debuted its service this month on Android TV Box and Comcast Xfinity, although reviews on PlayStore indicated that the service had been available since June, with a bug-filled version.
There are more than 160 channels available for live streaming, with well-known names such as History Channel, NBC News, and FOX Sports. With operations started in 2011, XUMO is available on platforms such as Roku and Apple TV. Coming to Android means expanding into more than 30 devices in the US alone, and its range has tripled since January for a year.
You can easily download XUMO from the Play Store on devices such as Nvidia Shield, which recently received Android Pie, JBL Link Bar, Xiaomi Mi Box S and other TVs using the Google platform.
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When you download the XUMO movie and TV app, you unlock access to over 160 channels and a huge streaming library containing thousands of Hollywood movies, 24/7 network news, programs TV channels, comprehensive sports coverage and children’s programming. – all for free.Install the XUMO app and start streaming your favorite show or explore new shows in a flash.Viewers love XUMO because we offer a fast, hassle-free experience – no sign-up or credit card required to watch free TV and movies in the XUMO app.