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Can you Stream Xfinity Streampix on a Play Station 3.

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Can you Stream Xfinity Streampix on a Play Station 3.

I had a guy tell me he watches Streampix on his Xbox, so can you do it on a PS3? How? I went to PlayStation Store and "tried" to search for an app, but there was none. any ideas, suggestions? Thanks, Lori
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Re: Can you Stream Xfinity Streampix on a Play Station 3.

Sorry, Comcast and Microsoft teamed up for the streaming, and Sony has been left out.




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Re: Can you Stream Xfinity Streampix on a Play Station 3.

On the subject of other media players Comcast left in the dust you can add the Roku player to that list. For example, Comcast allows online access to HBO GO via other players like XBox, Apple TV, IPad, Samsung Smart TV, Android phones, etc., but you're shut out when it comes to that upstairs TV set up on your little Roku. If Comcast is listening - lets bring the Roku player into the fold like nearly all other major cable providers have!

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