Vidgo competes with both traditional TV services like DISH and Xfinity and other streaming services like Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and Fubo. Vidgo suffers from high prices, missing channels, and a barely usable interface, but it offers a lot of college sports. It’s also the only streaming service we reviewed that still offers One American News (OAN). It also offers a couple original shows from right wing news personality Bill O’Reilly.
Vidgo claims you can watch only three simultaneous streams, but we were able to watch at least four shows at once without any trouble. However, there’s no watch history, no way to see how far into a show or season you are, and extremely limited DVR capability. Even worse, the channel guide is difficult to use, several shows are missing entire seasons, and the on-demand offerings are paltry at best.
If you have any other option but Vidgo, and you’re anything like us, you’ll want to abandon this new live TV streaming service almost immediately.