Juzh wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 09, 2021 3:38 pm
zeph wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 08, 2021 8:03 pm
Looong overdue, let’s hope they delivered this time around. I subscribed for 2019 and it was unusable, so I ditched it last year. If they’ve made good, I can FINALLY ditch Youtube TV.
If you're still on the fence, promo code "F1TV25" for -25% is currently active for annual f1tv pro. Additionally they at last switched to 50 fps streams. I don't know if it will be for all streams, or only for world feed, but even that's already a big improvement.
Online interface is night and day compared to what was offered before update, with much faster loading of website and streams. Chromecast works without a hitch now and doesn't require any workarounds.
Overall a big improvement.
With the shenanigans between YoutubeTV and Roku going on right now, I feel like it may be time for me to revisit F1TV Pro. I'm currently paying $65 p/m for YoutubeTV and F1 is literally the only thing I use it for.
I'd like to hear from others in California or the USA who are currently using F1TV Pro, how's it working for you? Can you watch live races without issues?
dren wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 29, 2021 11:35 am
I purchased F1TV for the first time ahead of this past race weekend. I really enjoyed it. The quality was fine, seems to take a few seconds more to jump to an HD picture than my other streams, but it still worked once it did. I enjoy no commercials. For me, $79 a year is a steal considering I pay about that much for Hulu live, which is where I pick up ESPN for F1.
Do they have an app for Roku/Apple TV or do you have to stream from the browser to the TV?
Never mind, found it here: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/4 ... de90/f1-tv
Anybody successfully using it? Lot of negative reviews for both Roku and Apple TV app.