XFINITY TV Player App Adds Showtime, Starz, Encore, MoviePlex

Posted November 20, 2012 at 6:27pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 8203 views

Comcast has updated its XFINITY TV Player app with Showtime, Starz, Encore and MoviePlex.

Watch thousands of XFINITY On Demand TV Shows & Movies anytime, anywhere. Plus, now you can download thousands of hit shows & movies from Showtime, Starz, Encore and more to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch & watch them anytime, anywhere--even when you’re offline.

Features:
• Watch content anytime, anywhere on any Wi-Fi connected iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
• Stream TV Shows and movies from your favorite networks, including premium channels like HBO, Starz, Showtime, Cinemax and cable channels like TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network and BBC America.
• Download TV shows & movies from Showtime, Starz, Encore and MoviePlex and watch them when you’re offline.
• Set parental controls, so you can enjoy your content with privacy and peace of mind.

Requirements:
• Wi-Fi Internet connection for streaming and download of video
• iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running iOS 5 or higher.

• XFINITY TV or Comcast Digital Video service. You will also need a subscription to one or more eligible channels to play content.

• Comcast ID or Comcast.net email address and password.

What's New In This Version:

• Download TV shows & movies from Showtime, Starz, Encore and MoviePlex.

You can download XFINITY TV Player from the App Store for free.

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XFINITY - November 21, 2012 at 1:34am
Not really update but a new app only for streaming which is a positive step in the right direction.
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