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SFN TV Adds a Channel Guide to Their Roku App

SFN TV, the newest live TV streaming service, has updated their Roku app to include a new channel guide to let you see at a glance what is on and what is coming up.

To get the new version of SFN TV, just do a system update


Here is a quick overview of SFN TV if you have not heard of it.

The SFN TV Now’s most popular package, the core package, has over 70 channels and works on three devices for $34 a month.

You can learn more about their packages by heading over to their website.


Every SFN TV Now package comes with a free 7-day DVR trial. Record anything you want and have it for 14 days.

Supported Devices

SFN is currently available on Roku, iOS, and Android phones and tablets. There are hopes for other devices shortly. You will now be able to access it on iPhones and iPads through a third-party app. If you want to add SFN TV Now to your iOS device just search for CDNAnyWhere and use your SFN TV login.

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7 Responses to SFN TV Adds a Channel Guide to Their Roku App

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    Buttercup9210 July 19, 2016 at 11:06 am #

    This guide is WAY better than SlingTV’s guide. I don’t think we’ll be leaving Sling any time soon but sure would be nice to have this kind of guide. Are you listening Sling??? The guide through the Roku app is better than it is through our ChannelMaster but it’s still pretty lame.

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      Rich July 19, 2016 at 11:49 am #

      Sling has a guide? I have not seen one that is anything like this. Yes, you can see what is on one channel at a time, but seeing what is on tap across channels, not there. 🙁
      Hopefully this will push Sling along.
      Likewise PlayStation Vue on the Roku. (Guide is there on Fire TV but not on the Roku – that I have found)
      If I’m wrong about these, someone please point me in the correct direction.

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        Buttercup9210 July 19, 2016 at 12:21 pm #

        Well, “guide” was used loosely (VERY loosely) in my comment. 🙂

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    JeffO July 19, 2016 at 11:29 am #

    Very nice, they are beginning to take the lead. I have to find a was to add this to my fire tv. I’m sure theres a way. Id like to give SFN a try.

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    CX1 July 19, 2016 at 11:43 am #

    Take out the church and shopping channels and your left with about 30 channels. Here’s to hopping this pushes competition a bit.

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      Buttercup9210 July 19, 2016 at 12:22 pm #

      Agreed! And the regional Fox channels would be nice too. Vue and Sling have that. I just wish they would let you pick which 30 channels you want. With Sling I’m paying for several Spanish channels. I don’t speak Spanish.

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    Mark July 19, 2016 at 1:56 pm #

    No USA and 7 day dvr kills the deal