Amazon Officially Announces Their New OTA DVR For The Fire TV Called Recast

Today Amazon announced the new OTA DVR for the Fire TV called the Fire TV Recast. This lets you stream your antenna to Fire TV, Echo Show, Android, and iOS. (Sadly that is the full lineup of supported devices.)

The new DVR costs far more than their competitors who already have apps on the Fire TV with a cost of $229.99. Yet you do get built-in storage with enough space for up to 75 hours of HD programs and free channel guide and on the go stream to help cover the slightly higher upfront cost.

You can find the Fire TV Recast on Amazon HERE.

Here is everything we know.

  • Fire TV Recast is a DVR that lets you watch and record over-the-air TV at home or on-the-go with a Fire TV, Echo Show, or compatible mobile device—with no monthly fees.
  • Watch and record live sports, local news, late night shows, and other can’t miss TV from channels available through an HD antenna like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, and The CW.
  • Record up to 2 shows at once, with enough storage for up to 75 hours of HD programming.
  • With a compatible Alexa-enabled device, you can use your voice to search for shows, manage and schedule recordings, and help with other requests. Say things like “Alexa, open Channel Guide” or “Alexa, record ‘Riverdale.’”
  • Fire TV Recast delivers the most reliable video streams over Wi-Fi of any over-the-air DVR.

We want you to know:

To use Fire TV Recast to watch and record over-the-air TV, you’ll need the following (sold separately):

  • An HD antenna
  • A Fire TV streaming media player or Echo Show.
  • Access to the free Fire TV app on a Fire tablet (5th Gen or above), or an iOS 10 (or above) or Android 4.4 (or above) mobile device.

Did you know we now have a FREE app for iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire? Click HERE to download our app.

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