Today’s Android App Pick

Pluto TV – Free Live TV and Movies

The leading free streaming TV and movie service is available to you! Watch 100s of live TV channels and 1000s of movies and TV shows, all streaming free. Pluto TV also offers over 45 channels in Spanish, including native language and dubbed movies, reality TV, telenovelas, crime, sports and more. Pluto TV is 100% free and legal: no credit cards, contracts, or bills.

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Devices like the Chromecast, Roku, and Fire TV stick are popular thanks to being extremely affordable. However, it looks like Walmart wants to top them with an even cheaper $25 Android TV streaming stick

Walmart’s New Android TV Stick Is the Cheapest We’ve Seen Yet

by Review Geek

This is a 1080p HD Android TV streaming stick with the same remote we’ve seen several times. That nifty remote is set to become the common standard for Android TV devices moving forward, too, for those wondering. That said, some manufacturers will likely customize which services have shortcut buttons on the bottom, as we see here. >> READ MORE

Walmart Onn Android TV streaming stick

Discovery and Hulu have come to an agreement on terms for keeping Discovery owned channels on Hulu’s live TV lineup

Hulu Reaches Agreement with Discovery to Keep Channels on Hulu with Live

Discovery and Hulu have come to an agreement on terms for keeping Discovery owned channels on Hulu’s live TV lineup after reports last week that the channels would be removed from the streaming service. While the deal will keep the live channels on Hulu with Live, on demand content will be leaving the service, Bloomberg reports. That content will move to Discovery+.

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An excellent YouTube review on the Locast TV Streaming Service…

Locast is a not-for-profit service offering users access to broadcast television stations over the internet. They stream the signal over the Internet to select US cities (and they continue to expand). When you visit the site you will see the cities Locast is currently providing service. Locast is FREE (sort of), but with a nuisance ad that will appear every 15 minutes to ask you to donate. For a fee of $5 (+ 50 cents) you can stream Locast without the nuisance ad. Is it worth it? Here at “Tech News for You”, I give it a resoundingly, “thumbs up”. Watch the video below to get a good handle on what Locast is about, a lawsuit they are involved in and if it is worth your while to subscribe.

6 Things to Know Before You Sign Up for Locast – 1/13/2021 · by Michael Saves

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