Cord-cutting services like Philo have revolutionized how we watch live TV. They’ve also done so with user-friendly electronic programming guides (EPGs). But Philo’s TV guide can be cumbersome to browse, doesn’t distinguish between the type of programming, and won’t let you view the TV guide while you stream live programs. With the Flixed TV Guide for Philo, however, you watch live TV and browse the live TV schedule at the same time.
What Is Philo?
Philo is a multi-channel live TV streaming service that offers over 60 channels for just $20 per month. Philo’s unique package is focused on entertainment cable TV. By eliminating sports channels like ESPN, and local broadcast networks like FOX and NBC, Philo delivers a large selection of popular cable networks at the lowest possible price.
Why Use Flixed TV Guide with Philo?
Let’s say you want to watch HGTV on Philo. You sit back, select HGTV from Philo’s EPG, then hit play on the stream. Philo will shift from the TV guide screen to the live stream. That’s great, and it’s exactly what you want. But if you want to see what’s coming up on HGTV in the next two hours, or even what’s showing on another Philo channel, like Food Network, you’re going to have to exit your live stream.
The Flixed TV Guide makes sure you never have to exit your live stream again.
Watching Philo on an Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Apple TV? Grab your phone or tablet and head to the Flixed TV Guide to see what’s next.
Streaming Philo in a web browser? Open another browser window while your live stream plays, then click over to the Flixed TV Guide.
Did you know that Philo’s app has a picture-in-picture mode? When streaming Philo on newer Android and Apple devices, you can minimize the live stream while you browse the web. That includes browsing through our Philo TV Guide.
The Flixed TV Guide for Philo is also completely ad-free. Unlike other TV guide websites, you won’t need to wade through a sea of ads just to view upcoming programming on your favorite channels.
How to Use the Philo TV Guide
The Flixed TV Guide was designed with speed in mind. It’s efficient interface works well on both mobile devices and desktop or laptop computers.
To use the Flixed Philo TV Guide, do the following:
- Head to the Flixed TV Guide page
- Select Philo
- If desired, adjust the date and time
Philo only has one package, so you’ll see every available once you hit the page. However, if you have one of Philo’s add-on channels, such as Epix or Starz, select the appropriate package from the top menu.
The Flixed TV Guide has simple yet easy-to-use features that include:
- Plan selection
- Date and time adjustment
- Color coding for sports, movies, and TV shows
Come back to the Philo TV Guide faster when you bookmark the page! Bookmarking functions vary by device, but you can find usually find it on the top right of the address bar.
Sam Cook is a full-time content strategist by day, a part-time freelance content writer since 2015. In another life, he was a high school English teacher for nearly a decade. Based in sunny New Orleans, he writes long-form educational content on technology, including Insurtech, Fintech, HRtech, and content streaming. He loves whittling down complex ideas within these areas that make decisions easier for buyers. When he’s not reading books with his son Miles and playing video games with the family, you can find him immersed in his growing collection of Euro-style board games.