Fire TV Recast is a DVR that lets you watch and record over-the-air TV at home or on-the-go with no monthly fees.
Watch at home with a Fire TV or Echo Show, or take your shows with you with the Fire TV mobile app on compatible iOS and Android devices or Fire tablets.
Record your favorite shows and sports from channels available in your area through an HD antenna like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, and The CW. Which means that you cannot record shows from cable networks like ESPN, BET, HBO and others. Only your locals.
With 4 tuners, you can record up to 4 shows at once. Plus, store up to 150 hours of HD programming. If you opt for the cheaper and smaller recast, you'll have two tuners, and you can record up to two shows at once. And you'll only have 75 hours of HD programming available.
Pair Fire TV Recast with your Fire TV or Echo Show and ask Alexa to search for shows, change over-the-air TV channels, control playback, plus browse, schedule, cancel, and delete recordings. Alexa is always getting smarter.
If you're a cord cutter who is using something like Sling TV or Philo and then using an antenna to get your local channels, then the Fire TV Recast makes a lot of sense. But if you use something like YouTube TV, where you get an unlimited cloud DVR, then it's actually more limited than what Google offers you.
You can pick up the Amazon Fire TV Recast from Amazon in this sale by clicking here. But this sale is not going to last very long.