4FourTwo, the online home of live TV, today announced a new streaming service for its streaming products that lets users stream NFL, NBA, NHL, NASCAR, and the World Series online, including on Roku and Amazon Fire TVs.
The new NFL Stream app will be available on Roku 4, Roku 3, Fire TV Stick, FireTV Stick Lite, Fire HDTV, Fire Stick XL, Fire, Chromebox, and Fire TV.
It also includes an app that lets owners stream their favorite sports teams from the NFL.
NFL Stream also works with Apple TV, Amazon’s Fire TV streaming devices, Chromecasts, Apple Smart TVs, Chromas, Apple TVs and the iPad, iPad Mini, and Apple TV 2.
The app also lets owners browse sports on ESPN, NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, NBC Sports Network, ESPN, and ESPN2.
It has the ability to stream live games from NBC Sports Live Extra, NBCSN, Comcast SportsNet, FS1, NBCSports.com, and YouTube.
The app can also search for a specific game on a list of available games on a given device.
For example, the app can search for the “Dallas Cowboys at Denver Broncos” or “Minnesota Vikings at Tampa Bay Buccaneers.”
While the new app will work with Roku 4 and FireTV 2, Roku owners will need to enable “remote control,” which is only available on Fire TV and Roku 4 devices.
If the app is turned on, Roku users can browse for a game by using the search function on their Fire TV remote.
Owners can also customize their NFL Stream experience, and add the app to the “Watch NFL” section of their settings.
A similar app, LiveTV, is also coming to Roku.
It will have the ability, for the first time, to search for and stream the same games on Roku.
Roku owners can also add the service to the list of “Play NFL” on their settings page.