ESPN+ is a new, online-only ESPN service that only costs $6.99 per month. Wondering about its features, like the ESPN+ DVR? Here’s a quick overview of the DVR service you’ll get with ESPN+.
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Does ESPN+ Come With a DVR?
No. Currently, ESPN+ does not come with any kind of DVR. However, it doesn’t need one. All of the content that the channel airs will be available on-demand after it has aired. This means you can always watch any sporting event or show that airs on ESPN+, and you don’t even need to remember to record it to your cloud DVR.
ESPN+ On-Demand Programming
ESPN+ offers recorded versions of the sporting events and shows that air live on the service each day. In addition, you can watch some on-demand programming like the ESPN 30 For 30 documentary series, and a number of other ESPN exclusive original shows and documentaries.
Does ESPN+ Offer Offline Viewing?
Yes. ESPN+ offers offline viewing for lots of its original programming, such as 30 For 30. However, you can’t usually download games or matches for later viewing. These must be streamed with an internet connection.
To watch ESPN+ offline, just search for the show you want to watch using the app. If it’s available to watch offline, you’ll see a download icon. Just tap this button to begin downloading the show. You can download multiple shows at once, and it’s easy to find downloaded shows in your ESPN+ library.
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