A: Only with a paid app or service like YouTube TV, Philo, Sling, etc. I do use an antenna, with a HD Homerun connected to my network and a DVR app called Channels
A: ChromecastTV is Android based. Basically most Android-App's that run on an Android Phone run on ChromecastTV, too. BUT most local Channels (ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC etc.) are NOT available as IP-TV So you will still need an Antenna for those channels to get them for free. If you use Comcast as your Internet Provider you get Peacock TV for free, that gives you some local NBC stations, too as IP-TV. You then can load Peaock as App on Chromecast TV. If you are willing to pay a monthly fee you can use YouTube TV, SLing TV etc as App on ChromecastTV that would replace your Antenna. Advantage of Antenna is that it is free!
A: There are Service that provide access to Local channels, but you'll prob end up paying 1 way or another. What I found works best for our Home is I added and OTA Antenna, then added a Silicon Dust HD-Homerun box to feed the signal from my Antenna to my home Wi-Fi Network, that way i could view local channels on any of my Devices, Google TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Etc. Etc. Yes I had to pay the cost up front, for the Hardware but Good thing is its a 1 time cost. I've been using this system for over yrs now and very Happy with it, especially when i don't have to run COAX cable to each and every TV.
A: You would still have to subscribe to a streaming service that offers local channels ie sling or YouTube TV. I still use antenna for local...
A: Definitely! Chromecast with Google TV (4K) lets you watch your favorite movies and local TV shows using supported apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max and many more apps. All without an antenna. However, it does need a high speed broadband Internet connection, a reliable Wi-Fi connection and a TV or monitor with an HDMI port. Here are some helpful links that you can check out; - Supported apps and partners: https://store.google.com/us/product/gtv_apps_and_partners - Requirements for Chromecast devices: https://support.google.com/chromecast/answer/7022492
A: Yes, luckily this just works as an extender to your internet provider’s range given the router you already would have.
A: Should be, it’s basically your router and should hook right up to any provider
A: Nest Wifi works with most modems and internet service providers (ISP), including CenturyLink. However, for the best performance, we recommend connecting Nest Wifi directly to your modem using an Ethernet cable to set it up and broadcast your Wi-Fi network. If your modem is a modem/router combo, we recommend disabling the Wi-Fi functionality of the combo or putting it in Bridge mode to avoid Double NAT as it may cause connectivity issues. You can get more information by visiting this link: https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/7183148
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