It would be helpful if you stated what country you're in, as you'll get a better response if people know what country you're wanting a service for. I could suggest one to you but as it's restricted to UK only it might not be available to you.for those who subscribe to Streaming TV services, which one is the best? Cost is not a big concern of mine. I rather am more interested in quality. Which has the best and most reliable DVR service?
Sorry. I’m in the USAIt would be helpful if you stated what country you're in, as you'll get a better response if people know what country you're wanting a service for. I could suggest one to you but as it's restricted to UK only it might not be available to you.
We recently cut the cord and that site was a huge help in making the decision. To answer your question, which one is best, that's really going to depend on the quality of your internet service and what streaming solution you use. We're on AT&T U-verse 50/10 and here is what we have tried and settled on...
Wonder how PS Vue compares to YouTube TV?Generally, PS Vue if you can be happy without DD5.1. However, it's really a matter of identifying the channels you want and then finding the streamer that offers those channels. The services are not really "the same" in terms of channels. If you write down a "must have" channel list, you may find that only a single provider might actually have those channels, and/or NONE of them have them.
You also have to be careful. The marketing may imply channels- such as the locals- that really aren't available as local channels. This may or may not matter to you but the bigger advice is to dig in and verify rather than just look at a list of channels and assume.
I came close to going with PS Vue, but ultimately, I did not want to do without DD5.1 so I went with the Channels App w/DVR + HDHomeRun Boxes including one they have called Prime w/Comcast CableCard. No Comcast lease fees for boxes or DVRs, I do get the Comcast "triple play" pricing (which tends to be cheaper than "double play" or "broadband only" and then piling on some streaming options), etc. Stay on top of Comcast and one can keep re-upping the promotional rates (if there is competition in their area).
If by "quality" you want great picture & sound, I think cable/satt still beats any of the streamers. And with that Channels app + HDHomeRun boxes, you can get around the lease box fees while leaning on TV as THE box.
Oh wow! The user asked about the "Best Streaming TV service" not for some deal on the Apple TV. DirectTV Now is probably the WORST streaming service available. The content on DirectTV is okay and right now they are offering some big discounts, it's just that the DirectTV Now app and its back-end services are absolutely horrible.Y...That said, I'm guessing Directv NOW where you can get a free ATV 4K.
I personally found YouTube TV's quality to be the worst of the bunch. IMO, live content is just as poorly-compressed as regular YouTube uploads to where pixelation / compression is easily noticeable.Channels you need is usually a big factor..
From a quality and reliability standpoint, I find YouTubeTV to be really hard to beat.
Google is very good at this sort of thing.
Clearly why asking here is useless for most.I personally found YouTube TV's quality to be the worst of the bunch