Prism TV

Prism TV


Watch and manage Prism™ TV on your favorite mobile device.
The Prism TV app allows you to watch live TV on your mobile device, in and out of your home.
• Watch Linear TV from dozens of popular channels.
• Stream popular shows from the Prism On Demand library.
• Easily View and Search TV Listings for All Channels.
• Remotely schedule recordings on your DVR (Whole Home DVR subscription required).
• Set parental controls, so you can enjoy your content with privacy and peace of mind.
• Post to Facebook, access Twitter or send an email to let your friends know what you’re watching.
• Helpful FAQs and troubleshooting steps.
• Prism TV app is included in Prism TV subscriptions.

Requirements:
• Android phone or tablet with Android 2.3 or higher and minimum resources of a 1 GHz processor and 512 MB of memory.
• Prism video service and a subscription to one or more eligible channels.
• CenturyLink.net or MyCenturyLink.com email address and password.

Support Resources:
• Create or retrieve a lost CenturyLink account: www.centurylink.net or www.mycenturylink.com
• Technical Support Resources: Prism help at www.centurylink.net
NOTE: Currently CenturyLink does not have rights to all shows available on mobile devices. However, CenturyLink is adding shows routinely as access becomes available from our content providers.

New features in 3.0.1:
• Increased availability of Live TV channels
• Updated Home screen for quick access to Live TV, Just In, Movies and Shows
• In Home indicator to let you know when you are on your home network.
• An indicator to alert you if content is available outside of home, available within your package, and the progression of live shows.
• Help Guide to provide tips and tricks to users.
• Additional details for usability and support.
Service may not be available everywhere. Prism TV app may not be available with all mobile operating systems. Terms and conditions apply. Contact CenturyLink for details.

Recent changes:
New features in 3.0.2:
• Fix resolves an issue on loading the PRISM TV app on Android where the customer gets a constant initializing icon and the app never allows customer to login.
• Increased availability of Live TV channels
• Updated Home screen for quick access to Live TV, Just In, Movies and Shows
• Help Guide to provide tips and tricks to users.
• Additional details for usability and support.
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2.7
User ratings
464
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
8902 kb
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About Prism TV
Watch and manage Prism™ TV on your favorite mobile device.
The Prism TV app allows you to watch live TV on your mobile device, in and out of your home.
• Watch Linear TV from dozens of popular channels.
• Stream popular shows from the Prism On Demand library.
• Easily View and Search TV Listings for All Channels.
• Remotely schedule recordings on your DVR (Whole Home DVR subscription required).
• Set parental controls, so you can enjoy your content with privacy and peace of mind.
• Post to Facebook, access Twitter or send an email to let your friends know what you’re watching.
• Helpful FAQs and troubleshooting steps.
• Prism TV app is included in Prism TV subscriptions.

Requirements:
• Android phone or tablet with Android 2.3 or higher and minimum resources of a 1 GHz processor and 512 MB of memory.
• Prism video service and a subscription to one or more eligible channels.
• CenturyLink.net or MyCenturyLink.com email address and password.

Support Resources:
• Create or retrieve a lost CenturyLink account: www.centurylink.net or www.mycenturylink.com
• Technical Support Resources: Prism help at www.centurylink.net
NOTE: Currently CenturyLink does not have rights to all shows available on mobile devices. However, CenturyLink is adding shows routinely as access becomes available from our content providers.

New features in 3.0.1:
• Increased availability of Live TV channels
• Updated Home screen for quick access to Live TV, Just In, Movies and Shows
• In Home indicator to let you know when you are on your home network.
• An indicator to alert you if content is available outside of home, available within your package, and the progression of live shows.
• Help Guide to provide tips and tricks to users.
• Additional details for usability and support.
Service may not be available everywhere. Prism TV app may not be available with all mobile operating systems. Terms and conditions apply. Contact CenturyLink for details.

Recent changes:
New features in 3.0.2:
• Fix resolves an issue on loading the PRISM TV app on Android where the customer gets a constant initializing icon and the app never allows customer to login.
• Increased availability of Live TV channels
• Updated Home screen for quick access to Live TV, Just In, Movies and Shows
• Help Guide to provide tips and tricks to users.
• Additional details for usability and support.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
17 hours ago
Waste Why have a mobile viewing app if you can only view live TV while connected to your home network. I have a 60" flatscreen, why would I want to watch on my 6" phone screen. Such a waste of technology.
A Google User
Yesterday 4:55 AM
It works finally! Not much to say here, it finally works as intended and it took CL a while to get there. Better late than never.
A Google User
Yesterday 4:06 AM
False Advertising Has anyone files a false advertising suite? App doesn't work like the commercials show. Thinking about switching back to Direct TV.
A Google User
Yesterday 12:15 AM
Doesn't work! I keep getting a pop up that says "Failed to get entitlements." I've uninstalled and reinstalled and it's still doing it. This app used to work. WTH?!?
A Google User
Monday 10:47 AM
Well, maybe As of 9-28 it started working. A little slow on grid loading when sliding ahead in time. Everything seems to work. Would be nice to be able to use"favorite channels"list. Hate scrolling through crap channels I never use. I don't understand why I can't watch shows outside of home network, what's the point?