The term “four eyes” might actually help viewers watch their favorite TV shows and movies on fuboTV now.
fuboTV has introduced a new feature on its Apple TV app called “Multiview” that enables users to stream four different channels at once.
The reason it is considered the second version of the feature is because it was added last year to its Apple TV app, but users could only stream two channels at once.
Having four channels on the same screen is a feature the FOX Sports GO app has had for a while. The ESPN app has the feature too, but users can only stream up to three ESPN channels at once. fuboTV appears to be first live TV streaming service to enable it for its entire service.
Having this many channels on one screen can be a sports fan’s dream. Just on an average Saturday afternoon, a fan could have ESPN showing a college football game, their local FOX station showing college football, NBCSN showing a live NASCAR race, and now, watching the beginning of the Big Ten Conference’s football season on Big Ten Network (BTN).
fuboTV has put out a video that shows users how to use the new Multiview feature for Apple TV users.
Please note that the feature is an Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K exclusive and will not work on other Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad or Mac.
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fuboTV costs $64.99 a month and is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.