Use AirPlay to stream your favorite Fubo programming from your Apple mobile device (iPhone, iPod, iPad) to your Apple TV, compatible Smart TV or connected TV device, or from a compatible non-Apple mobile device to your Apple TV.
For more information on setting up and accessing AirPlay on your Apple devices, visit Apple Support.
Please note that AirPlay is a different feature from casting using a Chromecast or Chromecast-enabled device. See this article for more information on watching Fubo using Chromecast.
How to use AirPlay with Fubo
To use AirPlay, both devices must be connected to the same WiFi network.
To stream content from your mobile device to your TV, start by launching a program on your mobile device
- Tap the screen to bring up player controls
- Next, tap the AirPlay icon
- Then, from the pop-up menu, select the compatible device you’d like to stream to
- Once the device is selected, programming will appear on your TV, and you’ll see Streaming to AirPlay on your mobile device
What Connected TV Devices and Smart TVs are compatible with AirPlay?
Visit Apple Support for a list of non-Apple devices compatible with AirPlay.
Please note that some devices on this list may not be compatible with Fubo.
Can I use player controls while streaming with AirPlay?
Yes. Player controls such as pause, fast-forward and rewind can be accessed from your phone. Note that not all controls will be available with all channels/programs.
Can I change channels while streaming with AirPlay?
To change channels while streaming with AirPlay, from your mobile device, swipe down on the programming or tap the Miniplayer icon to minimize the video player.
Then, choose another program to watch from any Fubo menu screen as you would normally.
Note that if you tap the X to exit the video stream, doing so will exit AirPlay.
How do I stop AirPlay?
To stop AirPlay, from your mobile device, either tap the X in the corner of the video player, or tap the AirPlay icon, then tap the checkmark next to your device to disconnect the stream.
Can I AirPlay to/from my Mac?
Only devices with macOS 12 (Monterey) or newer are able to be configured to use as an AirPlay receiver. Visit Apple Support for more information on enabling this setting.
If you’re using AirPlay to stream Fubo from a computer browser to your TV, you may receive error messages on channels that have Digital Rights Management (DRM) or High-bandwidth Digital Copy Protection (HDCP) enabled to protect their content against unauthorized use.
See this article for more information.
If you receive an error message informing you that “your device isn’t compatible to play this video” or similar, the only solution is to either watch on your computer or download the Fubo app on a compatible TV device.