I’d recommend it. I used it and it was brilliant, no buffering on my side of things, sound was in sync… occasionally the quality would decrease in terms of the video itself being played but it goes back to normal. Only problem for me was it was a bit pricey personally. Also, worth mentioning I haven’t tried it on home theatre system, I’ve only watched on my iphone and laptop, So the quality might end up being better on your home theatre system. In terms of ease of use, it’s very simple. Live Channels are all at the bottom and the ‘recommended’ section is all up towards the top.
Kayo is owned by fox! I have it and share it with 2 mated, so its $35 for the 3 of us. That’s awesome value.
I chromecast it without any problems at all, and watch through my tv and audio system and get no delays in video or sound. Have used it to watch all of our fox games this year as well as many other games and sports. I would highly recommend it.
@happy_tiger i don’t watch soccer, but just checked and there is a heap of various soccer tournaments on there, basically though if it is in fox it is on Kayo.
You get heaps of soccer on Fox but not live EPL …you get radio broadcast from the Man U ,Liverpool , Chelsea on their designated channels