Rogers Anyplace TV

Rogers Anyplace TV

1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads

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Enjoy entertainment on the go! Watch live and on demand TV - any place on your smartphone.

With the Rogers Anyplace TV app, you can:
•Catch up on primetime TV shows
• Stream live sports coverage when in season, such as Hockey Night in Canada, Blue Jays baseball, Barclays Premier League and Champions League soccer, and more
• Watch full length movies
• Keep the kids entertained with favourite shows from Treehouse, YTV and more
• Rogers Digital TV customers – watch shows included in your cable subscription!

You can view content over your wireless network or via WiFi connection. If using the Rogers 3G or LTE network, for only $5/month, customers can enjoy 10 hours of viewing on their device (overage fee is $1/hour/month) - any time, any place. This fee is only if you are viewing content over the Rogers wireless network, and will be prompted when selecting an eligible title - or you can subscribe upfront within the "Settings>My Account>My Subscriptions" section of the application. To unsubscribe, go to "My Subscriptions" and click the "Unsubscribe" button. As a special promotion, we will be waiving the overage fees until October 31st, 2014. Get UNLIMITED viewing of fantastic programming for only $5/month! Note: data usage may apply to some advertising appearing with on demand content viewed through the app.

Users on WiFi can view On Demand content, and once you log in, programming will be based on your Rogers cable package.

Rogers Anyplace TV is available on Android devices with OS versions 2.2 up to 4.4. Please visit for a full list of supported devices.

Note: On your smartphone, for our Live TV content only, you must connect to the Rogers wireless network first, before switching over to WiFi. This network verification on startup is required for subscription authentication. As a result, Live TV viewing is not compatible on devices without access to a network, such as Android devices only on WiFi. However, our On Demand content will be available.

This application is a merge of the former Rogers Anyplace TV Live app with the Rogers Anyplace TV for Mobile app – so now, you can watch both Live AND On Demand programming, all in one central app. If you previously downloaded these apps, you will be asked to upgrade to this one.

Enjoy great programming wherever you happen to be with Rogers Anyplace TV!

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Minor bug fixes

Comments and ratings for Rogers Anyplace TV
  • (29 stars)

    by Krystin Daniels on 16/04/2014

    Just downloaded this I, worked great for two minutes and now says there are technical difficulties. Will this be fixed or does it happen all the time? 2 minutes of baseball isn't good enough

  • (29 stars)

    by Ryan Freiburger on 15/04/2014

    Horrible. This app is useless unless you live in a Rogers cable zone. I live in western Canada where Rogers cable does not exist. How can this be based on my cable package??

  • (29 stars)

    by Christopher McKeown on 15/04/2014

    Cable is already way overpriced, don't waste your overpriced bandwidth on this app.

  • (29 stars)

    by Demos Antonopoulos on 13/04/2014

    Take a page from bell and let your cable subscribers watch on the go without this stupid mobile authentication. Your company is so greedy and your apps are terrible.

  • (29 stars)

    by Mike Bloch on 13/04/2014

    The worst part is that I can't uninstall this junk from my phone! :(

  • (29 stars)

    by Adam Doreen on 12/04/2014

    I can't believe how many poor ratings this app has... uninstalling. I am not paying extra ontop of the extra I already pay for rogers services. Your data and rate plans are horrible too.

  • (29 stars)

    by Brian Vanpee on 12/04/2014

    Needs a Rogers cell to work, not sure what I expected from such a stupid company still stuck in the 1980's.