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Vidgo DVR and Offline Viewing in 2023 - Can I Watch Vidgo Later?

When cable was the only option, recording your favorite shows proved to be a challenge back in the day. You’d have to use a VCR to record the program, and nobody could touch the TV while it was recording. If the channel changed while recording, the tape would record the new channel.

As a consequence, recording the latest sports event or the latest season of your favorite show was expensive.

Luckily, with the turn of the century, DVR became popular. DVR allowed viewers to record their TV on an external device. Also, with DVR, you could tune in to a different channel while recording. But, it still wasn’t free. You’d have to buy a DVR and subscribe to a monthly fee. For example, TiVo has an all-in fee of $549.99 or a monthly subscription of $14.99.

With the advent of internet TV, DVR is a must-have for any TV viewer. Vidgo offers all the bases covered with its ability to record your favorite show no matter where you are.

Keep reading to find out more about Vidgo DVR support.

Watch Vidgo For Free

But, before going into detail about Vidgo’s DVR offerings, you might want a sample of what the streaming platform has to offer. Luckily for you, Vidgo has a 7-day free trial for all new users. For one week, you can check out every channel that Vidgo offers.

If you’re an avid sports fan, the internet TV platform is the service for you! Vidgo has a wide selection of sports channels, from premium content like ESPN to dedicated channels like FOX NASCAR. But, even if you’re not into sports, Vidgo has got you covered. The platform features channels like FX, where you can catch hit shows like American Horror Story, What We Do In The Shadows, and Mayans M.C.

Even the kids won’t miss out with Vidgo. You can check out The Disney Channel and Nick when you subscribe to Vidgo.

So, what are you waiting for?

Test the waters with Vidgo’s week-long trial without spending a dime. If you’re happy with the service, you’ll receive your bill the following month after subscribing. But, if you’re unsatisfied after the 7-day free trial, it’s easy to remove your credit card information from the Vidgo app to avoid getting charged for a subscription.

Rewatch Hours of Content Thanks to Vidgo DVR

Unlike other internet TV platforms like Youtube TV or Hulu + Live TV, Vidgo doesn’t offer DVR by default. Currently, it only has Advanced Playback. This feature allows Vidgo subscribers to catch up on their recently missed shows for up to 24-hours after its original broadcast.

That being said, you can connect your Vidgo account to Stremium. Stremium recently added Vidgo support for its cloud DVR features. Currently, Vidgo has 3 pricing models:

  • English Plus Package for $55/month
  • English Premium Package for $79.95/month
  • Spanish Mas Package for $30/month

For an additional $5/month, Vidgo subscribers can access up to 25-hours of cloud DVR storage. This allows you to save content for as long as you want.

See Lebron make an amazing play during the NBA finals? Record the game on the cloud to rewatch the magic whenever you want. Out of town during a season premiere of your favorite show? Vidgo + Stremium has you covered. Use cloud DVR to avoid missing out on the latest programs.

With Vidgo + Stremium, you can rewatch movies or episodes whenever you want.

Does Vidgo Offer More DVR Storage?

What if 25-hours is not be enough to save all your favorite moments? Luckily, Vidgo + Stremium offers an upgraded DVR for a premium. For another $5/month—a total of $10/month—you get a total of 50 hours of cloud DVR. This gives you more breathing room to record the content you want.

At the moment, Vidgo is limited when it comes to DVR support. Needing an additional subscription is kind of a handful, especially when you consider services like DirecTV Stream or Youtube TV that come with unlimited DVR.

Vidgo is still growing. It is a young company and only recently added Stremium support. According to Vidgo’s FAQ page, there are plans to add its own DVR. Stay tuned to keep updated on Vidgo.

We will update this article when DVR support is added.

Offline Content On Vidgo

Vidgo has recently added an on-demand media library to its list of features. Its on-demand library includes some popular series and movies. All of which can be downloaded for offline viewing. Also, the Vidgo library keeps on growing. New movies, like Stuber, are frequently added to the on-demand collection.

With Vidgo, you’ll never have a lack of content to watch.

How to Watch Vidgo on Amazon Fire TV?

Vidgo is supported on most Amazon Fire TV devices. So, to get your device set up with Vidgo, all you need to do is visit the Vidgo Amazon page. From here, you can install the Vidgo app on your selected Amazon Fire TV device.

How to Watch Vidgo on Roku?

Roku owners don’t need to feel left out on Vidgo. The platform offers full app support to most Roku devices. To get Vidgo on your Roku device, all you need to do is search Vidgo on the Roku store. After finding the Vidgo app, all you need to do is install the program on your Roku device.

How to Watch Vidgo on Apple TV?

To install Vidgo on your Apple TV, you need to search for Vidgo on the Apple App Store. Once found, you just need to install Vidgo to start watching your favorite TV channels.

Check out our Vidgo device support article to find the service’s full list of supported devices.

Never Miss Your Favorite Shows With Vidgo DVR

Keeping up to date with the latest shows can be a challenge in our busy lives. If you have a business meeting scheduled during the premiere of a new show, you have no choice but to miss the debut. With Vidgo, you don’t have to worry about missing the newest programming. And when you use Vidgo + Stremium DVR, you won’t miss a premiere ever again!

Davan Hamilton

Davan Hamilton Editor

Davan Hamilton is an editor and writer based in Jacksonville, FL. Holding a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, her writing spans a wide range, from essays on film criticism and analysis to surreal poetry. Now, she works for Flixed as an editor, continuing to ignore the list of passion projects she’s accumulated. When she’s not glued to her computer, you can find her building endless amounts of Lego sets, binge-reading manga, or playing with (fighting) her cat.

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