Sprint TV & Movies
Download size< 1 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- location services
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- data services
- WVGA (480x800)
- owner identity
- video and still capture
- media playback
- push notification service
- movement and directional sensor
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Sprint TV & Movies is your mobile entertainment hub – the place to go to watch LIVE TV, full-length feature films and to stream hundreds of your favorite shows. Watch top networks like ESPN, NBC, Disney Channel, ABC, CBS, FOX News and more when you’re on the go, and choose from a wide variety of add-on premium TV packs to enhance your Sprint TV experience. Plus start watching movies anytime and anywhere – full-length films straight from Hollywood to take with you on the go. Sprint TV & Movies is on and ready when you are for the best in live sports, breaking news and full-length entertainment.
9/20/2013Got the new Samsung Ativ S Neo two days ago and this works so well on it! The quality is amazing and the speed is good too.
9/16/2013A terrible collection of unwatchable shows.
9/6/20135 stars works great on ATIV S Samsung windows phone 8!
8/23/2013Upgraded from HTC Arrive to Samsung ATIV Neo S. This app now works on WiFi it seems. It also runs much smoother now. Will update if I have any issues --- ativ neo s
7/18/2013I am using a windows phone Arrive, running 7.5, and would love if sprint would update to 7.8... And also I we should be able to use WiFi here, and not 3G, you guys are just making us use more data... Sad
2/21/2013Won't work over Wi-Fi.
12/9/2012This app freezes a lot but it's the first tv app I've used that actually works
12/6/2012this is nice
10/22/2012Was once one of my favorite Sprint apps, but if this app is any indication of Sprint's opinion of Windows Phones, then my 10-year relationship with Sprint is coming to a sad end. The premium package I paid for has only a fraction of the channels it had just a year ago. The app is incompatible with Wi-Fi, and even on a 3G network, it's operation is sorely inferior to other streaming apps like You Tube and Netflix. I'll be the sucker for now and see if performance with the WP8 system is improved. If not, then I'm really liking AT&T's Lumia 900.