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Holidays, Netflix, Sideclick, streaming -

We all know how much you love sitting on the couch with your Sideclick remote and watching your favorite Netflix originals. Did you know that Netflix gives you the option to download much of their content to your tablet when wifi isn’t available?  This is a feature that comes in super handy for travel and here’s how you do it. Netflix now allows users to download titles for offline playback via its mobile app. You do though, needs to have at leas iOS9 or later or Android 4.4.2 or later. To create this offline process you will want to follow...

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Sideclick, streaming, universal remote -

You’ve cut the cord and purchased your new streaming device. Now you are constantly juggling between your streaming remote, your TV remote and maybe even a 3rd or 4th remote depending on your media setup.  A Sideclick Universal Remote will help you streamline your streaming experience.  Here are 3 reasons Sideclick is a must-have accessory for streamers. Size Many universal remotes on the market are big, bulky and are over-complicated with too many buttons. A Sideclick is thin in size and attaches to your existing streaming remote. Its eight buttons are customizable to be programmed to function the 8 buttons...

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Cordcutting, kids, kids shows, sideclick, streaming -

Keeping kids entertained can be a challenge! Parents know that at some point screen time becomes a necessity.   Here are some gadget and content recommendations that Jenn Epstein, co-founder of Sideclick, recommends when her kids (ages 9 and 6) are streaming.   Gadgets: Sideclick Remote Sideclick is a universal remote that attaches to the streaming device remote so that you can control the TV, sound bar, and streaming device all-in-one.  It is a simple add-on remote invented by parents, Brett and Jenn Epstein, who saw that their daughters had a hard time juggling multiple remotes or over-complicated universal remotes when...

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Cordcutting, Disney App, Netflix, Sideclick, streaming -

Attention parents! Have you heard that Netflix will be losing their Disney Content in 2019.  Disney recently announced that they will pull all content from Netflix and start their own streaming app in late 2019. The plan is to offer a $5 per month service that will give viewers unprecedented access to not just Disney content but also Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars movies.   In addition, Disney will be producing original content for their streaming service that won’t be released in theaters. Would you pay for this Disney streaming service?  We’re pretty confident that it’s a big fat yes...

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