No pay-TV credentials are Nedeed for NBC
All latest Android phones are used for much more than talking and texting, but their owners are looking for handsets according to their high requirements. We can also use them for education, gaming and entertainment and the examples may continue. With the help of live TV apps we can use Android smart phones as a TV and enjoy some quite time in the middle of the day, while in bus or traveling.
Since we are at this chapter, I have to ask you: have you ever used the NBC app?
Previous versions of NBC’s Android app were so crashy that I couldn’t even take them in consideration, but lately, things have changed. The latest version is perfectly stable and NBC streaming app manages to impress with its easy-to-navigate interface and one of the most generous selections of full (even if some of them are ad-supported) episodes I’ve ever seen in a mobile app.
At least four of five recent episodes from just about every NBC show are typically up for streaming, including About a Boy, America’s Got Talent, Chicago Fire, Law & Order: SVU, Parenthood, The Blacklist, as well as The Voice.
Late-night and daytime are also well represented, including full episodes of Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show, Late Night with Seth Meyers, and Days of Our Lives, so what more could you be asking for? A Favorites list keeps track of shows you’ve started watching and remembers where you left off. And rest assured as this time you don’t need to sign in with any pay-TV credentials.
However, you should know that there aren’t any full episodes of Grimm or Hannibal available and I am sure that this will disappoint many of you. But who knows? Maybe in the future they will be added as well.
NBC can be taken from here, so feel free to try it out.