Is Xumo Right for You?

Xumo is a free streaming app that brings you 190+ channels spanning live events, national news, viral videos, full TV series, movies, cartoons, and more. Xumo also features free on-demand content from various channels, allowing you to explore a wide catalog of content. Some of the most popular channels on Xumo include: CBSN, NBC News, ABC News Live, Fail Army, History Shorts, TODAY All Day, America's Test Kitchen, Bloomberg, Time, Newsy, Funny or Die, and more.

Learn more about how to download the Xumo app to start streaming here.

What do you need to get Xumo?

Xumo is available on the web by visiting its website. The streaming service is also available on smart TVs and streaming devices like Roku, Fire TV, and Chromecast. You can even watch on your tablet or smartphone, as it has apps available for Android and iOS.

What do you get with Xumo?

Xumo offers free live TV covering a wide variety of subjects and genres. Anything you would expect to find on paid TV is available alongside content curated from around the web that you wouldn’t usually find on TV.

On Xumo, you’ll find networks you recognize as well as channels dedicated to a certain subject or even just a general theme. Some of what you’ll find on Xumo includes:

  • Movies — From action to drama to sci-fi, Xumo has got the bases covered when it comes to movies, no matter the genre.
  • News — Newsy, Bloomberg Television, Cheddar News, and TODAY All Day are just a few of the ways to keep informed.
  • Sports — Whether its team sports or mixed martial arts, soccer or golf, Xumo will help you keep your head in the game.
  • Comedy — From standup to sitcoms, Xumo offers up the laughs with channels like FailArmy, Funny or Die, Comedy Dynamics, and Just For Laughs.
  • Reality — Xumo has reality TV in spades from Jerry Springer on Nosey to courtroom drama on Court TV.
  • Music — With live music from channels like Austin Music Live and Qello Concerts by Stingray to music and culture from Complex, you’ll find plenty of music to your ears.

How is Xumo different?

Unlike most other streaming services, Xumo doesn’t require a subscription. Instead, the service is supported by ads you see during breaks in the shows you watch. You don’t even need an account to use the service. Just go to the Xumo website to start watching.

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Xumo FAQs
What channels do you get with Xumo?
Xumo offers news channels from ABC, NBC, CBS, and others, sports from Fox Sports, beIN Sports, and others, as well as well over 100 other channels gathering the best in modern and classic TV as well as fantastic internet content.
Is Xumo really free?
Xumo is offered entirely free of charge, and you don’t even need to sign up for an account to watch the service. The service is ad-supported, so you’ll see ads in between breaks in the shows and movies available on the service.
Does Xumo have local channels?
While Xumo has programming you might find on your local networks, the service doesn’t offer local channels, so you won’t find you local news or weather.
Is Xumo safe to use?
Yes. As long as you use the official apps, your device shouldn’t have any security issues or vulnerabilities. You may have to use your device’s parental controls if you object to some of the content available available on the service.
How do I get Xumo?
Xumo might already be installed on your smart TV. If not, try searching your smart TV or streaming device for the channel. Xumo is available on Roku and most other streaming hardware as well as Android, iOS, and Fire devices.