Joe Supan has been a Staff Writer at Reviews.com since September 2017, covering all things TV, streaming, and tech. Before joining Reviews.com, Joe worked as an editor at American Greetings for four years (just ask him for some fresh puns as proof). The greatest thing he’s ever bought is a burr coffee grinder.

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Google and Amazon End Streaming’s Longest-Running Feud

Google and Amazon End Streaming’s Longest-Running Feud

Apr 18, 2019 | News

In a joint press release, Amazon and Google announced today that YouTube apps will soon be available on Amazon devices, and the Prime Video app will be returning to Chromecast and Android TVs. How Did We Get Here? This is the most significant compromise we’ve seen in a war that’s been brewing for a long…

15 Tips for Moving From iPhone to Android

15 Tips for Moving From iPhone to Android

Apr 17, 2019 | News

In a recent survey from PC Mag, respondents cited better user experience, prices, and features (camera, design, etc.) as the top three reasons they made the move from iPhone to Android. Whatever your reason for switching, setting up your new Android will be a little more complicated than simply logging in to your Apple account.…

PlayStation Vue Review

PlayStation Vue Review

Apr 12, 2019 | Review

PlayStation Vue Review PlayStation Vue is one of six live TV streaming services that wants to be your cable replacement. Starting at $45 a month, it stands out as the best service for sports fans, and even better than most cable packages. It has all the local channels, six ESPNs, an extensive collection of regional…

Where to Find 4K Content in 2019

Where to Find 4K Content in 2019

Apr 12, 2019 | News

When it comes to 4K TVs, the tech is still ahead of the content. Jaw-dropping screens have never been cheaper, but finding stuff to watch on them still feels like homework. This guide will walk you through how and where you can find the best 4K content. If you want to make sure you have…

Disney shows its cards for streaming play, but leaves some questions unanswered

Disney shows its cards for streaming play, but leaves some questions unanswered

Apr 12, 2019 | News

Compared to Apple’s streaming news last month, Disney+ came off Thursday as positively forthright. We have a price, a launch date, and a lifetime of readymade Pixar, Marvel, and “Star Wars” IP. We also know exactly what Disney’s ambitions are for the service. “We are all-in,” CEO Bob Iger told a roomful of investors, as…

How to Stream TV

How to Stream TV

Apr 11, 2019 | News

Streaming isn’t just a new way to watch TV anymore — it is TV. Companies like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon are upending the TV landscape in ways we’ve never seen. In 2018, streaming services produced more scripted original shows than broadcast or cable TV for the first time. Those aren’t just empty calories, either. Streaming…

YouTube TV got better today, but it’s still not the best

YouTube TV got better today, but it’s still not the best

Apr 10, 2019 | News

Streaming services are beginning to look a lot like cable. In what seems to be a weekly occurrence for OTT streamers, YouTube TV announced some major changes to its product, effective immediately. But unlike DIRECTV NOW’s recent moves — a worse product for a higher price — YouTube TV clearly improved its offerings today. Still,…

Here’s Why Spectrum’s New Streaming Service is Worth a Look

Here’s Why Spectrum’s New Streaming Service is Worth a Look

Apr 08, 2019 | News

In February, Charter announced that it would be adding itself to the live TV streaming Spectrum. The service would be called “Spectrum TV Essentials” and promised to launch by “the end of March,” according to Charter’s press release. It looks like they’ve been true to their word, as Cord Cutters News reports that Spectrum has…

Away Suitcase Review

Away Suitcase Review

Apr 02, 2019 | Review

Away Suitcase Review If you’re a millennial on Instagram, you know about Away suitcases. It’s the luggage that’s actually a lifestyle, promising to help you “get more out of every trip to come.” Reader, believe me when I say I was skeptical. Who could love a piece of baggage? Apparently, me. Throughout my nine days…

Here’s what you can expect out of the new Crackle Plus

Here’s what you can expect out of the new Crackle Plus

Mar 29, 2019 | News

Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment (CSS Entertainment) — yes, the same company that made those books they read to you at camp — just bought Sony Crackle. At first glance, this seems like little more than two names you haven’t thought about for a while teaming up. But down the line, this could prove…