CBS All Access is your best option for current originals like Star Trek: Discovery, as well as loads of CBS-branded content and a large number of NFL broadcasts. You can get this service for as little as $5.99 per month with limited commercials and can stream it through a large number of apps. Here’s your complete list of supported devices for CMB All Access.
What Devices Work with CBS All Access?
You can use CBS All Access with all of the following devices:
- TV streaming media players: Apple TV (2nd gen and up), Android TV (all gens), Amazon Fire devices (all gens), Chromecast (2nd gen and up) and Roku TV, Vizio Smart TV (select models)
- Smart TVs: Amazon Fire TV (all gens), Android TV (Sony Bravia, miBox, and select models), Samsung TV (select models), and Roku (firmware 8.0 and up).
- Mobile devices and tablets: Android OS, iOS, and Windows 10 (tablets)
- Game consoles: Xbox One and PlayStation 4
- Desktop browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge are recommended (most recent versions will work)
- Smart home devices: Amazon Alexa (voice controls only), Google Home (voice controls only)
Can I Use CBS All Access on Other Devices?
CBS only offers version details for some devices. Your experience may vary based on the devices you are attempting to use. You may be able to use CBS All Access on older devices, although you may have limited functionality.
Why Use CBS All Access?
CBS All Access is the only place you’ll be able to access certain CBS-branded originals, like Star Trek: Discovery, and the upcoming Twilight Zone series hosted by Jordan Peele. The service is also a good source for those who want to watch sports, movies, and on-demand content from CBS, as well as live streams from your local CBS station. The service offers a 7-day free trial to new subscribers.