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Discussion in 'TiVo Premiere DVRs' started by pspens, Aug 1, 2020.
Anyone know? Xfinity just said it was offering it free.
No you would have to have an app to support that.
You might be able to find an app if you have a Roku or Firetv etc. streaming player.
Apparently, this comes with the "X1" service which is evidently another name for using their DVD/settop box. I use a cable card, so I guess I'm out of luck.
I'm pretty sure you just have to be a Comcast cable customer to get Peacock, but you will have to run the app on something other than a Tivo. I installed the app on my AppleTV and it works fine.
This is the list of devices/platforms it runs on from the Comcast site:
What devices and platforms are supported by Peacock?
Peacock is available across a variety of devices.
Chrome 70+ (Windows/Mac)
Firefox 65+ (Windows/Mac)
MS Edge 40+ (Windows 10 or above)
Safari 12+ (Mac)
Mobile and Tablet Devices:
Android: 6.0 or above
iOS: 11 or above
Connected TVs, Game Consoles and Streaming Devices:
Android TV: Peacock is supported on a wide variety of Android TV-enabled Smart TVs, such as Sony Bravia, and set-top boxes, including NVIDIA Shield, running Android OS 5.1 and above.
Apple TV: Apple TV HD (4th Generation or above) with tvOS 11 or above
Chromecast: 2nd Generation or above
LG Smart TV: LG WebOS 3.5 or above
Vizio TV: SmartCast 2.0 or 3.0 (from 2015 and newer)
Cable Provider Set Top Boxes:
Contour Box with Voice Remote
Contour Stream Player
Thanks. I went to the Microsoft store to see if they have a Peacock app for my Windows 10 computer. They don't.
Edit: I went to the Peacock site, created an account and given access to Peacock premium. There is no app... apparently Edge IS the app.
Peacock: Stream TV and Movies Online, Watch Live News and Sports
From the post that you quoted:
You don't need an app if you have access to modern web browsers on a variety of operating systems.