Entertainment Everywhere with FiOS On Demand and Flex View
One of the great advantages of the mobile lifestyle is our ability to watch our favorite TV shows and movies wherever and whenever we like. Whether we are killing a couple of hours at the airport, riding home from work on the train, or just enjoying a cozy evening under the covers, there is nothing better than firing up our smartphones or tablets to enjoy The Hunger Games or the latest episode of 30 Rock.
Although various subscription services like Netflix and Hulu Plus offer a wide range of titles, very few offer the versatility and up-to-date programming of FiOS On Demand with Flex View.
Flex View is the term for on-the-go viewing via FiOS On Demand. Flex View covers over 15,000 titles, including classic movies, the latest TV series and everything in between. Titles can be bought, rented or bookmarked for future consideration. Most titles are available in both HD and SD formats. Best of all, Flex View titles can be watched on any device, including a FiOS TV, a PC, or one of over 40 compatible smartphones and tablets.
The free Verizon FiOS On Demand app is available in both the iTunes App Store and Google Play. Once you download and launch the app, you can start browsing the Flex View library right away. When you choose a title, you begin downloading. Once download is complete, you can access your content in My Library and start watching! (It’s recommended that you use Wi-Fi for mobile downloads in order to save on data charges.)
To download and watch Flex View videos on your PC, you need to download the free Verizon Media Manager app. Once Media Manager is installed, you can also import your own music collections, photos and videos and display them on FiOS TV through a FiOS TV DVR or HD Set-Top Box.
If you like your entertainment on-the-go as well as on the couch, the FiOS On Demand with Flex View gives you everything you need!
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