What is PlayOn?

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Download PlayOn, and watch internet content on your TV in less than 5 min

 

 

 

PlayOn Review

PlayOn allows you to enjoy your favorite TV Shows, and Movies from websites such as Netflix, Hulu (Including “Web Only” Content), YouTube and more; on your TV using your Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, or Roku. PlayOn also works on your iPhone, Android phone, iPad, Google TV, and many other DLNA-compliant devices.

If you are looking for a Cable TV Alternative – PlayOn may just be the answer you have been searching for

In addition to Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube, PlayOn subscribers get access to sports content from ESPN, NHL.com, MLB.tv, ESPN3.com and NFL Rewind. You also get access to CBS, Comedy Central, TV.com, TBS, Oprah Winfrey, SyFy Rewind, Adult Swim, Spike TV, CNN, Fox News, PBS, PBS Kids, Nick, Cartoon Network, Amazon VOD, Youtube, MTV, BET, VEVO, and Pandora (PlayOn Music). Then there are the dozens of great channels available from third-party PlayOn plugins sites like: Crackle, Discovery Channel, Food Network, HGTV, and many International Channels.


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5 Simple Steps: No technical knowledge is required

  1. Click here to Buy with a 30 day Money Back Guarentee
  2. Download and Install PlayOn
  3. For subscription services, go to Settings and enter your credentials
  4. Click the PlayOn icon on your game console, media player or mobile device
  5. Enjoy total content freedom on your TV

PlayOn the Xbox

 

You can pay for PlayOn one of three ways: a monthly subscription ($4.99), a yearly subscription ($39.99), or for a one-time fee ($….), get a free ____ when you purchase a Lifetime PlayOn License. No risk, 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

PlayOn the PS3

 

Minimum Requirements: * PC running Windows OS, * 512 MB RAM, * 100MB of available hard drive space for the install, * A networked PS3, Xbox 360, Wii or DLNA compliant device

 

Video Streaming Tips: 

  • Use a wired connection for more consistent speed. Wireless connection speeds can vary based on the device, transfer speed and interference
  • Make sure no other bandwidth intensive applications are running elsewhere on the network (i.e. video games, file sharing, Skype)

 

I really like PlayOn because it’s an easy way to see the shows I want when I want, and I don’t have to pay for cable.

 

“38% of PlayOn’s customers have canceled their cable and just stream everything for a fraction of the cost.” …Unknown publisher

 


What’s Next? Learn how to Record Online TV Channels so you can Watch them Without an Internet Connection

PlayLater: Cable TV Alternatives for a CordCutter on the Go


 

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  • Goingtohawaii

    Downloaded it and I am sold. Got all my online stations on my TV – via my PS3. Bye Bye Cable. Think i will take a trip to Hawaii with all the money I am going to save this year.

    • http://www.killthecablebill.com/ KTCB

      Awesome! Hawaii sounds like a great Idea. I too have save thousands over the last few years by using the tips and tools i discuss on this site. Mahalo

  • Hayju

    Can I hook it up with a Wifi Bluray and/or Wifi HDTV instead of a networked PS3, Xbox 360, Wii or DLNA compliant device? I’m also tired of the non-sense cable/sat bills. I heard you can set up a Tivo HD DVR for $12/mo and Netlix for $8.99/mo, but you have to buy a digital antenna for about $100 (one time fee) and you’re all set.
    Thanks for the interesting info ;o))

    • Anonymous

      Hi Hayju

      There are a lot of new devices coming out that support Playon, but I would check with your specific Blu-ray and TV to see if they are compatible. Most devices that dont support Playon – do support Netflix and Hulu – so i would look into those as well.

      Concerning the Indoor Antenna, you dont have to pay $100 for a quality device. Read my article “HD Without Cable – Using a Simple Indoor Antenna” http://www.killthecablebill.com/hd-without-cable/ to learn more about this option.

      I also have a great piece written by my friend Chris Sully of JumpstartMyPC.com called “Dumping DirectTV for Tivo” http://www.killthecablebill.com/finding-a-cable-alternative/
      This article goes through exactly how to use Tivo to replace a standard cable tv bill.

      One final article you should read is “How to Cancel Cable & Keep your Favorite TV Shows” http://www.killthecablebill.com/how-to-cancel-cable/
      This will give you a good overview of how you can Cancel Cable and still watch all your Favorite TV Shows, at a fraction of the cost, and on your TV in HD.

      Good luck and please check back in and let me know how things go.

    • Anonymous

      Hi Hayju

      There are a lot of new devices coming out that support Playon, but I would check with your specific Blu-ray and TV to see if they are compatible. Most devices that dont support Playon – do support Netflix and Hulu – so i would look into those as well.

      Concerning the Indoor Antenna, you dont have to pay $100 for a quality device. Read my article “HD Without Cable – Using a Simple Indoor Antenna” http://www.killthecablebill.com/hd-without-cable/ to learn more about this option.

      I also have a great piece written by my friend Chris Sully of JumpstartMyPC.com called “Dumping DirectTV for Tivo” http://www.killthecablebill.com/finding-a-cable-alternative/
      This article goes through exactly how to use Tivo to replace a standard cable tv bill.

      One final article you should read is “How to Cancel Cable & Keep your Favorite TV Shows” http://www.killthecablebill.com/how-to-cancel-cable/
      This will give you a good overview of how you can Cancel Cable and still watch all your Favorite TV Shows, at a fraction of the cost, and on your TV in HD.

      Good luck and please check back in and let me know how things go.

  • Splash

    will playon work with my wii system?

    • vegetto

      yes, they will work on all dlna media enabled devices

  • vegetto

    hey killthecablebill, you should add http://www.playonscripts.com and http://www.playonplugins.com for user reference. without these websites, i would have never downloaded playon and, in the end, killed my cable bill :D

    • http://www.killthecablebill.com admin

      Thanks so much for sharing these pages with us! What else can you tell us about how to use these sites to better our Playon experience?
      I know my readers would love to hear more details about the setup that helped you KilltheCableBill!!

    • http://www.killthecablebill.com/ KTCB

      What can you tell us about playon scripts? Are they legal? How do they work? What do you get by downloading these scripts? Thanks for your help Vegetto! Really appreciate the tips.

  • http://twitter.com/Bella_Marchesa Arαbellα ⊰

    Just so you know – your links to PlayOn don’t work.

    • http://www.killthecablebill.com/ KTCB

      Really they did not work for you? Just tested them and they work fine for me.

  • http://www.killthecablebill.com/ KTCB

    Playon has been a hop topic on our About Us page. Check it out here: http://www.killthecablebill.com/about/