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After more than four years of innovating in the Pay TV industry Sony Interactive Entertainment will discontinue the PlayStation Vue service on January 30, 2020. <br><br>PlayStation Vue is no longer accepting new subscribers. This app remains published in the store for existing active subscribers only, to redownload if needed.<br><br>For existing active subscribers, PlayStation Vue will continue to deliver live, On Demand and DVR programs until the service discontinuation date of January 30, 2020.<br><br>_______<br><br><br><br>NOTE: If service is canceled, it may not be possible to resubscribe.<br><br>Active subscribers can view their current plan details or cancel at any time. To cancel a subscription on the web, login at psvue.com/subscription and select 'Manage Subscription' (this may be inside a Settings menu), and scroll down to/click 'Cancel Subscription' (this may be under a 'Subscription Summary' header); or call 877-883-7669. If you cancel a multi-channel plan subscription, your add-on channel product subscription(s), if any, will also be canceled. There are no penalties for cancellation and you may cancel at any time, though refunds will not be given. Subscription charges will be deducted from your PlayStation wallet (or your default payment method, if your wallet has insufficient funds), or via an alternative payment method (e.g., Amazon Pay) if you signed up to pay via such method.<br><br>_______<br><br>Robust internet connection and compatible viewing device required. Channels, content, device availability, features, and prices subject to change. Channels and pricing vary by zip code and plan. Features and content availability may vary by device and location. Live streaming for select networks may vary by location. Some sport events subject to area blackouts. Other terms and conditions apply.<br><br>This app features Nielsen's proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research, like Nielsen's TV Ratings. Please see http://priv-policy.imrworldwide.com/priv/browser/us/en/optout.html for more information.<br><br><br>All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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We've had a great experience with Playstation Vue as an alternative to our former Frontier FiOS cable. We have been able to save $60 per month without missing any channels that we regularly watched - including local network stations, national sports like the ESPN family and FS1, and regional sports like Fox Sports Southwest and Big Ten Network. (Your mileage may vary, though, depending on which channels you need) The channel interface isn't bad on either the iPad or AppleTV, although I wish it was more customizable. For example, "Favorite" channels are ordered alphabetically on the iPad, and in reverse chronological order of when they were added to the favorites list in the AppleTV. Even worse on the AppleTV, if you have more than 7 favorite channels, they won't all appear in the main Favorites icon list, and you will be forced to go up to the Guide menu at the top of the screen.
I’m a little irritated because I trusted the app enough to cut the cable/satellite cord, but some issues have become really frustrating. For one, not being able to get a basic channel that I’d otherwise get with a traditional antenna (Fox 5 San Diego when I live in central San Diego) is really frustrating. All I care about is football and baseball so that kinda big. I’m pretty sure it was available the first week I had it, and then something happened. We’ve also had issues with logging in, having change the password twice, and omg, having to do that verify you’re not a robot thing over and over between street signs and cars has made me crazy. It was telling us we need to end viewing on one device to watch on another because we’ve met our limit. I made sure I was logged out of all but 2 and still couldn’t log into the device I wanted to use. So yeah, I was overly excited the first week, and now I’m not sure. I have a traditional antenna on the way to help resolve some of this. On the plus side, it does stream very nice. Haven’t had interruption issues at all. Hoping we can get some of this ironed out. We’ll see...
Having tried just about all of the major streaming services in the last 4 years, I came back to PlayStation Vue bc it offered all the channels we both wanted but I still remain flummoxed as to why it seems to think I have up and moved my tv to South Carolina every time the power flickers? Moreover, it is like pulling teeth to get logged in to the website where you can fix such an issue: even the link chat support provided took me to a dead page with only links for this useless to me app, which I have downloaded again. Now, when I searched through my history to get to the actual fix my location it says I have reset my home location too many times?!?! And this is my fault how? PlayStation is the ONLY provider that seems to have this issue. All this ranting & nothing I can do to get my local channels back without agony inducing interactions with customer support.
I've been using this app for almost 2 years and it has never worked with chromecast. Connection always drops, Stream quality is inconsistent, and the latest problem is the program simply dropping off the TV when it goes to commercial. The ps vue message simply states "thanks for watching." This has gotten worse with the latest release. I don't know where to start with other problems: attempting to pick up at a point on pre-recorded content and cast it results in permanent screen hang. I can't tell you how much time I spend fiddling with my iPad trying to get a program to cast. I'm ready to go back to Fios Update, November 15, 2017. The app is worse than ever. Now a new problem: when I cast from the iPad to the TV, the video quality is terrible, shaky, out of focus, like rain on the windshield. If I watch the program on the iPad itself via the PlayStation view app, the quality it’s OK. It’s the integration with Chromecast that is just terrific. Definitely considering a return to Fios. Was at my buddy’s house over the weekend, and when I got a look at the fios guide and picture quality, I really missed it.
Generally a fan of ps vue, but the latest version has a lot of issues related to on demand playback. First, it lost my place when I locked the screen on my iPad and when I unlocked started from the beginning. The next problem was... it wouldn’t let me fast forward to where I was before the screen lock. So... I started from the beginning and played in in a minimized video window so I could do other stuff while I was waiting to get back to where I was. As I got near my previous position (almost 40 minutes later!) I made the video full-screen again... AND IT REWOUND TO THE BEGINNING AGAIN! With no way to fast forward... AGAIN. I understand disallowing fast forward to force watching commercials (as much as I disagree with the practice) but the fact that I’m sitting through video I’ve watched three times now is kind of ridiculous. Need to get the “remember position” functionality working.
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PlayStation Vue is ranking in Entertainment & Photo & Video
Last update was at Jan 14, 2020and the current version is 6.4.0.
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PlayStation Vue have a 15 714a user reviews.
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