BYUtv for iOS Devices
Watch BYUtv everything we've got. Everywhere you want it. Enjoy our 24/7 live stream, live sporting events, and thousands of hours of video-on-demand from BYUtv’s great original series like Studio C, Relative Race, and Random Acts Watch BYU Sports, including college football, basketball, and olympic sports, plus our daily hit show BYU Sports Nation. If it’s on BYUtv, it’s in the app.
- Watch all special events covered by BYUtv
- Enjoy complete access to BYUtv’s VOD library
- Personalize content by adding Shows and Episodes to your Favorites when logged into your BYUtv account
- TV Everywhere - update and track your viewing history across all BYUtv apps and websites
- Easily share content via Twitter, Facebook, email, text message, etc.
- Receive and customize notifications for your favorite shows, television events, and sports programing
- Search all content
- AppleTV and AirPlay enabled
- Chromecast and Google Cast enabled
Internet or cellular data connection required
Version 4.0 + requires iOS 10 or later
Compatible with all iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch models running iOS 10 or greater
Using new video provider
Fixed some issues with Chromecast
Ratings and Reviews
Things to improve
I would like to have a download all button and episode order in the correct order once downloaded and it downloads all in each series starting from season 1 episode 1 up to the last episode thanks if possible I was thinking you should put it next to the information button next to the information button is share button next to share is favorite thanks for providing a simple app and simple way to watch tv online for free
No schedule visible anymore, fewer stars
Originally, it was great for watching, with a look-up by name or by schedule. Can't see the schedule anymore, which is frustrating. You can watch live, which requires a log-in (no charge), or look up by name.
Had some really interesting original shows -- Granite Flats, a 50s-set piece about Cold War intrigue and a fallen satellite. The series ended after three seasons, before the story ended.
Really peculiar was "Extinct", about humans being regenerated from their DNA after being wiped out on the Earth, set 400 years later. Tended to be over-acted and somewhat stilted at times, and actors' and actresses' make-up being visible at times. Only lasted one season, and no explanation.
Tried watching the Messiah on this. It did ok as long as I didn’t touch the screen. If I did it would occasionally zip off to the right to show the cover screen forcing me to restart. When this happened I tried to move the time marker to about where I lost it. Instead of moving the marker it moved the whole screen. Several times I ended up on the cover screen again. After multiple tries I got lucky and the marker moved.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.