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September 2018

Streaming Suns Games on the FOX Sports App FAQ

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The FOX Sports app, available for iOS and Android devices, provides live video streaming of FOX Sports content along with instant highlights and alerts for key scores and games.

Fans can download the mobile app for free from the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Will I be able to broadcast Suns games this season?

Yes. If you are a customer of a participating pay television provider and receive FOX Sports Arizona as part of your channel list, you will be able to stream FOX Sports Arizona Suns shows on the FOX Sports app as part of your subscription. video.

How does it work and how much does it cost?

If a Suns game airs on FOX Sports Arizona or FOX Sports Arizona Plus, it will also be available on the FOX Sports app. To stream games, users will need to verify their credentials by signing in with the user ID and password of their pay TV provider. There is no additional charge to use the FOX Sports app.

How do I access the FOX Sports app?

The FOX Sports app is currently available on mobile devices, including iOS and Android. The FOX Sports app is also available on connected devices including Android TV, Amazon FireTV, Apple TV, Roku Players and Roku TV, Xbox One. Fans can download the mobile app for free from the iTunes App Store, Google Play, or visit

At this time, Chromecast features are not supported, but will be in future updates.

Why do I have to log in?

The FOX Sports mobile app is an extension of your pay TV service that you get at home. The FOX Sports mobile app allows viewers to watch on the best screen available, at home or on the go.

Which pay TV providers participate in the FOX Sports app?

All major pay television providers participate in the FOX Sports app.

What if I don’t have my pay TV provider credentials or have forgotten them?

Contact your pay TV provider to retrieve your username and password.

The FOX Sports app is not working. What can I do?

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Fios and Yahool Sports app – The best tech options when you can’t access the game

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The football season kicks off September 6, and unless you’re a season ticket holder you’ll want to know how to get the best viewing experience outside of the stadium. Whether you’re on the couch, playing with your kids, or running an errand, we’ve got some tips to make the most of your viewing experience.

Couchgating Central

It’s just become easier than ever to upgrade your home theater and become the destination of choice for all your fan friends, according to Steve Koenig, vice president of research for the Consumer Technology Association. Start by upgrading your TV to a 4K display, which is four times the resolution of HD displays. “The premium 4k high dynamic range television, or HDR, will likely be well under $ 1,000 in a size of 55,” he says. “Add room-filling sound for $ 300 to $ 500 with the enhanced audio quality of a soundbar,” he suggests. Many TV manufacturers offer a TV and soundbar combo that is designed to snap together. For deeper roars and thuds, you can choose a soundbar that comes with a subwoofer, which enhances low tones.

Enough bandwidth for a party?

Imagine this: it’s Sunday and the pre-game is being played on your big screen. Your teenager is playing Fortnite with ongoing commentary with her friends, your daughter is streaming on youtube and video chatting with her best friend, you recheck the blue cheese dip recipe online, your spouse is watching a different game on a phone mobile with Yahoo Sports, and your dozens of friends receive updates on their Yahoo Fantasy rankings while also using your WiFi to set up a friendly debate on player stats.

Whatever the details of your home, exhausting your internet connection can compromise the quality of your viewing or create lags. You need a strong signal if you want to enjoy every minute of the game. The solution is simple: just choose the Fios plan that meets your needs. You can get it all up to Gigabit Fios connection with speeds up to 940/880 Mbps.

“We provide Gigabit connection service to almost all of our customers, which is over 90% of our market,” said John R Schommer, director of broadband product development at Verizon. “With the Fios Quantum Gateway router, we can stream up to 100 devices simultaneously,” he says. “Our network was built with fiber optic right into the house, so it can handle all the crazy amounts of streaming you could possibly need. ”

Boost your signal

If you have a strong signal and are still having issues, your TV may be too far from the router. Or it could be that your walls are too strong for the signal to pass through them. There is also a simple solution to these problems. A repeater is a device that helps get your signal to where you need it. The Fios Network Extender uses a coaxial cable to connect to the signal, says Schommer. Many homes are already wired to have a cable near the TV, making it easy to add an extension cord.