VIDGO: The New Streaming Service Ideal for Busy Commuters

A lot of people, especially those who are working most of the day and busy with other activities all the way until the evening, are switching to streaming TV for obvious reasons. Cable services are no longer rewarding as a way to watch TV programs, simply because they require you to be at home to watch TV and the long contracts are becoming less and less beneficial.

Streaming TV, on the other hand, is growing in popularity due to the fact that you can access the service from anywhere, using any device you have. All you need is an internet connection and a web browser – or the native app. An upcoming streaming TV service, VIDGO, is aiming to be more than that. Here are a few things that make this new streaming service ideal for busy commuters.

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A Large Catalogue of Contents

Content is always the main strength of streaming TV services, and VIDGO is no different. The company has been stockpiling titles and TV shows for you to watch once the service is officially available. Whether you’re following the latest season of NCIS or you just want to be able to catch up on old episodes of 2 Broke Girls while on your way to work, you will be able to do so with ease.

The large catalogue of contents is further backed by features that make finding the shows you want to watch and keeping up with the latest episodes very easy to do. Early access to the service revealed that VIDGO is aiming to make commuting as enjoyable as possible with so many entertainment options to choose from.

Affordable Streaming TV

Of course, a good streaming TV service must also be affordable. No one wants to pay a lot of money to get the shows and movies they want when other services are available for less, right? VIDGO heard you perfectly and is positioning its services as an affordable alternative for everyone.

Similar to the company’s official catalogue, there is no official pricing just yet. Worry not, because the launch is just around the corner. To catch early promotional offers and the chance to be among the first to try the new service, you should definitely sign up for the company’s newsletter.

Streaming Live TV

One particular feature that will put VIDGO a few steps ahead of its competitors is live TV streaming. Yes, you can now tune in to your favorite TV channels while on your way to work. There is no need to sign up for another service or find other sources just to be able to watch the news or stay tuned to the football match you’ve been waiting for all week.

If you travel a lot, VIDGO is definitely the perfect service for you. You can watch live TV shows on the go using nothing but your smartphone or tablet. You can also access the service from any standard browser, which means you can watch TV shows and live programs while having lunch or on your way home from work.

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You read that title correct: VIDGO is offering the ability to record your favorite live shows and watch them later. Have a match you’d like to record or a particular news show you’d love to follow but you have a meeting to attend? Simply access your VIDGO account and you can record the show from anywhere. You don’t even need to be at home to record shows at any time.

This added feature – combined with the live TV streaming – is more than enough reason to give the new service a try. Once you have the ability to record shows from anywhere, you won’t want to go back to the old ways of relying on cable TV.

Refined User Experience

There is a reason why VIDGO is yet to be released. The company has been observing the way customers interact with existing streaming services and actively finding ways to improve the experience. Better compression and delivery technologies as well as other refinements will make sure that you can watch your favorite TV shows and other content even when you’re on the train to work.

It is also worth noting that VIDGO is the most highly anticipated streaming service to date. It will be interesting to see the full set of features once the service is officially available later this year.