nimbleTV is a service that lets you watch your favorite television programs from anywhere in the world on a variety of devices. With a powerful, cloud-based HD-DVR, no long-term commitments or unnecessary hardware, nimbleTV gives you the freedom to enjoy television on your terms.
To watch nimbleTV you are required to have an underlying cable/satellite television subscription. You may already have your own cable/satellite television subscription or you may ask nimbleTVs concierge to set you up with a subscription. Once your subscription is active you can watch and record all your favorite shows, anywhere, anytime through the browser by following this link on a variety of Internet connected devices.
Plans start at $3.99/mo. and include up to 90Hr. HD-DVR. Plans are customizable and total prices vary based on the nimbleTV Plan chosen.
No. You can change or cancel your plan at any time.
Yes, to watch nimbleTV you need to have an existing cable/satellite television subscription in good standing. However, if you do not currently have an existing subscription please email us at (email@example.com) and our concierge will take care of the hassles to set you up with your very own TV programming package.
nimbleTV currently only supports select cable television providers in the NY Metro Region.
As long as you have a reliable high-speed Internet connection (min. 2Mbps) you should be able to access your programming from anywhere in the world.
Yes, if the channels are broadcast in HD, you will be able to watch or record them in HD.
Currently, only one person can watch on one device, from a single nimbleTV account. In the future, we plan to offer family accounts so that other household members can sign in and watch from one primary account.
Our HD-DVR lets you record up to four shows at the same time. Plus, you get the same number of recording hours whether you record in HD or standard quality (non-HD).
nimbleTV offers you virtually limitless recording capabilities. We include either a free 20Hr, or 90Hr DVR depending on the plan you choose.
Yes, but only if the channel you’re watching is broadcast in HD. Unlike typical DVRs, our HD-DVR is based on recording hours not quality. This means you get the same number of total recording hours whether you record in HD or standard quality (non-HD).
Yes, you can purchase additional recording hours from within the nimbleTV player. Prices start as low as $0.99 for 10 hours. Larger HD-DVR plans include up to 50% more hours, free.
Yes, you can reduce to a lower HD-DVR package through your nimbleTV account. However, in order to reduce hours you must have unused recording hours available. If you don’t, then you have to first delete recordings to free up the space. Hours will then be deleted immediately. Please note that there are no pro-rated refunds when downgrading to a lower HD-DVR plan.
Yearly plans will be billed as a one-time charge, while monthly plans will be billed to your credit card automatically every month. All charges will appear from 'nimbleTV' on your credit card statement.
There is no cancellation fee and you can cancel any time. However, there are no refunds for partial month usage.
Currently, nimbleTV works with the following operating systems, browsers and devices. We're continually working to bring more device compatibility everyday. See the current list.
If you have an Internet-connected TV, you can access nimbleTV through the TV’s Internet browser, or using Apple TV. You can also use a nimbleTV-compatible PC or Mac to connect to the TV as well.
For maximum viewing enjoyment, you will need a reliable Internet connection that will give a minimum speed of 2mbps.
Data will be used at the same rate as other operations that access the Internet for information.
Yes, nimbleTV is now available on Roku. Log into your Roku either through your TV or by visiting http://owner.roku.com/add/nimbletv. Once you've logged in, go to 'My Account', select add a 'Private Channel' and add 'nimbleTV'. Now you should be able to login with your nimbleTV username and password. After adding the private channel from your account settings, you need to navigate to your settings on the Roku box itself and do a software update to load the new channel.