Philo, a fledgling skinny-bundle TV streaming service, is taking two steps closer to its big-league competitors.
The live-TV streaming company will work on Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV devices this summer, CEO Andrew McCollum said in an interview last week.
When Philo launched in November, it worked on Roku, Apple mobile devices and Chromecast or any other TV-connected Google Cast, which is relatively limited compared with competitors.
More importantly, you'll be able to do more with your Philo account.
The company is unlocking the streaming apps for the TV networks included in a customer's subscription.
All of Philo's networks are participating except for OWN, which is coming soon.