- edited 02-08-2018 5:45 PM
Streaming is available on the U-verse app for iOS, Android and Amazon devices. Watch your favorite shows virtually anywhere, anytime, manage your DVR and use the app as a remote control.* More info.
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- edited 04-23-2018 1:45 PM by davidbk
11-01-2017 8:15 AM
I too am angry that Uverse.com is NO longer available. If it is NOT corrected soon, I WILL BE CANCELLING MY AT&T service and go with your competitor. They have offered a very attractive package, but I always rejected it because I do not like to change things. But I sign up for Uverse because I could watch (keep up to date) news. Since that ability is no longer an offering by AT&T, then I have no reason to remain an AT&T customer. AT&T we will see how bad/much you want your customers.
11-01-2017 9:37 AM
Me again. It is November 1 and indeed there is no streaming on the laptop. What I was unprepared for was to lose the Guide page, as well. The guide on the phone's app is clumsy and unhelpful. Now, this is what I call a greatly diminished service.
Sign me a completely disappointed customer.
11-01-2017 10:22 AM
Sure. What I'll describe applies to Windows 10, but with some adjustments can also work in Windows 7.
The basis of this is tied to your Uverse TV service and entitlements. That is to say the package you're subscribed to (eg. U300) and any add on channels being paid for. And finally on the content provider having a streaming capability.
uverse.com provided a number of functions such as programming (but not watching) the DVR and featured content, but here we're just talking about streaming content. What the windows website gave here is an aggregated view of live channels, a tuner function if you wish, that one could navigate with relative ease. I'm not aware of any limits on the number of simultaneous streams supported such as is the case with DirecTVNow.
In this example, I'll use TBS because it is likely a channel everyone has, but also applies to premium channels like HBO.
There is one significant caveat to this method and occurs when a content streaming provider uses Microsoft Silverlight. Edge does not support Silverlight so channels such as BEIN Sports Connect cannot be setup using this method. Instead IE11 should be substituted.
Some advantages do exist via this method. Using the BEIN Sports Connect service as an example, there are an additional 9 sub-channels available that wouldn't be accessible using Uverse directly. WatchESPN is another good example.
11-01-2017 12:52 PM
David, AT&T Community Specialist
11-01-2017 1:57 PM
Why do I get redirected to https://www.att.com/tv/watch-uverse-app.html when I enter http://uverse.com/uv/guide? I use it to schedule shows and view what is recorded and scheduled on my DVR. Trying to search for shows, on the TV isn't a realistic choice, since I can't use a keyboard. and I don't have access to a device I can install the app on.
11-01-2017 2:11 PM
At&t apparently elected to deactivate their online programming guide DVR/interface without prior notice. The entire "uverse.com" site not points to at&t, so it's gone. I also had the windows AT&T Uverse app installed on my system(s), and the app no longer works. Only way is to have a smartphone and download their app, which is atrocious to use compared to the simple guide we have both been utilizing for a significant timeframe.
I finally taught my 75 year old mother, who ALSO does not have a smart phone, how to program via her laptop and she loved the interface and programming simplicity. How typical, right? There is no way that my mom would be able to adequately utilize a smartphone app -- an attempt would simply result in further frustration.
11-01-2017 2:15 PM
So, What do i do on my windows computer now? As far as i can tell uverse.com is no longer active, and there is no app for windows.
What are my options?
11-01-2017 2:33 PM
As the content states, the website is no longer available on any PC or MAC. To stream any show using your U-verse subscription, you will need to utilize the U-verse app on one of the device in which it can be downloaded onto. If you wish to watch it on a bigger screen, it will need to be
-Thor, AT&T Community Specialist
11-01-2017 3:15 PM
I didn't know they were going to get rid of the entire site. I thought they were just going to get rid of the live streaming and other streaming options on it. They could have left the listings and DVR settings pages alone.