New Chart Lets You Compare Today’s Streaming Boxes and OTT Platforms

At the Streaming Media East show last week we released our 2015 Streaming Media Device Guide which lets you compare today’s hardware devices and OTT platforms. You can download a copy of the chart by clicking on the image below and you can always find the latest version of the chart at www.StreamingMediaDevices.com.

Screen Shot 2015-05-18 at 7.39.35 PMI will be updating the chart throughout the year, so look at the bottom right corner of the chart to find the date of the latest update. The most recent chart is dated May 20 May 21 in the lower right hand corner of the chart. If you have questions on which box you should choose, send me an email and I’ll help you out. Chart corrections can be left in the comments section below. Thanks to many of the device manufactures for reviewing the data for accuracy. 2014 chart can be found here.

Updates
– 5/21: Chart updated to show Sling TV now available on the Nexus Player
– 5/20: Chart corrected to show Google Play available on the Roku
– 5/18: Chart corrected to show Roku having DLNA support
– 8/21: HBO Now is available on Amazon Fire TV and Google Chromecast
– 8/21: CBS All Access is available on Google Chromecast
– 8/21: Showtime Now is available on Apple TV and Roku

  • Great chart, this is really useful! One correction: the Roku supports DLNA via the Roku Media Player channel: http://support.roku.com/entries/423946-What-media-file-types-does-the-Roku-Media-Player-channel-support-

  • ausraf

    Thanks to “Dan” for this informative post. i have a streaming device at home which i bought from “pigflytech” at works very good.
    i can watch lots of TV channels and can get access in online through my TV so, that is why i love this device a lot.
    it has no monthly billing hazards for its users. I suggest others to use this device to develop their streaming system.

  • bamcintyre

    What I miss is the Google-TV approach, where I didn’t have to change inputs on the TV since the Cable box plugged into the Google TV and then to the HDMI input on the TV. There doesn’t seem to be any device available that doesn’t require switching inputs to the TV to switch between Cable box and streaming box.