News & Updates
April 23, 2019
Today we're making a major update to our video player. It's an invisible change that should impact remote streaming tremendously.
March 28, 2019
Today, SiliconDust, the makers of HDHomeRun, announced that their Premium TV service would end in 30 days. While we all saw the writing on the wall with the lawsuit against their upstream provider, it's now official.
January 22, 2019
Since the beginning of Channels for iOS, we have charged extra for it. As of today, not only do we not charge extra, we don't charge at all. Channels for iOS is now free, forever.
November 15, 2018
Channels is now available for Android handsets and tablets. This includes Fire Tablets.
August 17, 2018
The Channels apps are now free for all Channels DVR subscribers. One of the biggest barriers to trying Channels DVR is now gone. Huzzah!
July 11, 2018
Channels DVR now has a yearly subscription option. Tada! You now have the option to subscribe for $8/month or $80/year.
June 26, 2018
Today is a day we've been working towards all year. Today, all of the Channels apps are officially unified. No matter which Channels app you use, you can expect the same exact features. That includes full DVR support for Android TV and Fire TV!
March 7, 2018
We just released an update to Channels that adds an HTTP API to let you control and query the Channels app.
February 6, 2018
Today is a huge day for Channels. Today is the day it ventures out of the Apple ecosystem and into two great new ones.
October 2, 2017
It’s with great excitement that we announce we are taking the beta tag off of Channels DVR. It is stable, it has been proven to work really well, and it is ready.
July 18, 2017
It's finally here! We weren't sure we'd make it, but after a ton of work, and an incredible amount of help from our iOS Beta team, Channels for iOS now has full support for Channels DVR. And it's pretty fun.
January 10, 2017
It’s with great pleasure to announce that Channels DVR is now available in a Public Beta.
October 11, 2016
After a long year of going from a simple "what if this could work" type app, to something that we've all enjoyed using as our main source of TV, today Channels goes to 2.0.