Finally, the application for Fire TV stick to enjoy contents from XUMO is here. XUMO has launched its native app for Fire TV in the Amazon App store. The most popular live tv streaming application was missing their application on Fire TV for a long time and now, it has been solved.
XUMO is one of the most popular live tv and movie streaming services available in the US. Unlike other popular content streaming services like Netflix or Prime Videos, XUMO offers all its content free to its viewers. XUMO has its applications on Play Store and App Store, however, due to the lack of Fire TV app, users were not able to view the content on their TV screen.
What is XUMO?
XUMO is one of the most popular streaming services that are available in the United States. They provide on-demand content including 160+ Live TV channels and Movies via applications. XUMO has a list of popular live tv channels including CBC, NBC News, Fox Sports, Just For Laugh Gags, AFV, History, etc. All the premium contents are available free with a small advertisement video in the beginning.
XUMO also have custom channels, so that some of the popular content publishers such as CNET, Mashable, etc have their own channels available in the XUMO’s platform.
XUMO Supported Devices
With the addition of Fire TV, now XUMO supports on all the devices including Android, IOS, Roku, Smart TV including Philips, Samsung, Hisense, Sanyo, Sharp VIZIO, Magnavox and Panasonic.
Countries in which XUMO is Available
Currently, XUMO service is available for the viewers in the USA and for LG Smart TV users in Canada. However, the channels available in each country are different and is available under XUMO Channel Plus list. XUMO application is available and can be downloaded by the users in these regions only.
XUMO Support for Chromecast
XUMO added the support for casting the content to a big screen from their application. So Android or iPhone users cast the live tv or movies from XUMO to the TV screen using Chromecast or even using the FireTV Stick.
Get Your XUMO App Installed on Fire TV Now.
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