Apple TV App Review: FOX Sports GO

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FOX Sports GO is an app that allows users to stream FOX Sports content on their Apple TV. It is also available for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It works by signing into your cable or satellite provider and then based on your plan, you can stream the channels that your cable/satellite plan has. 

FOX Sports consists of FOX (local channel), FOX Sports 1 (FS1), FOX Sports 2 (FS2), FOX College Sports, FOX Soccer Plus, and FSN (based on your location).

The app itself works the way any Apple TV app should. The quality is out of this world brilliant (this will be based on how strong your internet connection is) and is great for people who are constantly traveling.

The one feature that this app has that it exclusive to it is the ability to watch four screens at once. This means that if you want to watch the NASCAR race on FOX and the college basketball game on FS1, this app will allow you to do so.

Streaming four screens at once 

Another feature that the app has is Picture-in-Picture. Although this is primarily used in iOS and macOS, FOX Sports brought it to the Apple TV. The feature is designed to have your primary focus on one game, but have another sporting event in the corner to keep an eye on.


If you look in the top-right-corner, you’ll see the NASCAR race on via Picture-in-Picture



All in all, this has to be the best app for sports fans. As long as the user has a cable/satellite provider and an internet connection, the possibilities for this app are endless. It is also the only app of its kind. Even the WatchESPN app does not have functionality like this.


Overall, this app gets 4/4 stars for not only having great functionality but for having plenty of channels, along with giving the viewer multiple ways to watch sporting events on their Apple TV.

Rating: 4/4

David Becker
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Calum Maxim
6 years ago

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