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Is Their a Way to Stream the Baseball Games on My Fire Stick or AppleTV?

Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by Bizarro Frog, Feb 25, 2020.

  1. I know I can stream from my phone to the AppleTV but that seems inefficient. Is there a way to add the TCU app on either device?

    Thanks
     
  2. It says streaming is dead like 4 threads below this so obviously not.
     
  3. I stream the app and the cast it to my TV
     
  4. I came here to post this exact same things.
     
  5. I wasn't able to figure out a way to do it on the Roku, but the FireStick has a browser and I went to gofrogs.com on that and was able to stream perfectly that way. If someone knows a way to get the riffram app on the Roku and FireStick that would be even better, but I have a feeling that app isn't designed for TVs like it is for smart phones.
     
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  6. Thank You. I will give it a try.
     
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  7. Removing all those cords, boxes and routers felt fantastic. For now I am glad streaming is not dead yet!!!
     
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  8. Terrifying thought for the board that we might begin to think alike.
     
  9. First Wex. Now Maniac. Next Steel.
     
  10. Example: the last baseball series on BTN+, pulled it up on PC, then transferred to the TV, for display and audio.

    They call it casting. Worked well.
     
  11. Any app you have on your phone is available for download and use directly on AppleTV - you don’t have to cast it from your phone or iPad

    probably the one big advantage appleTV has over other sticks - any apple store app can be used on AppleTV also
     
  12. This is what I did. Open on PC, cast to TV.
     
  13. Did your grandson write this post?
     
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  14. No. But he did teach me that - was the reason we went with AppleTV over all the others - because even his grandmother can figure out how to download an app on her iPhone and she never got the Roku or smartTV app thing beyond the Netflix button on the remote
     
  15. It can be done on the Firestick. It is a bit non-intuitive though,

    Install the Firefox web browser. Go to gofrogs.com, Change configuration in firefox to use the desktop version of the webpage, as the mobile version of the video stream does not work. Enjoy.
     
  16. I connect my laptop to my TV and watch it that way to keep my phone free so I can use it.
     
  17. Thanks everybody for all the good answers and solutions.

    Go Frogs!!!
     

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