The ESPN App is great. I use it to watch a bunch of live sports events and their other content. I click it on my TV and boom! there is it. Mirroring it to your TV or via HDMI cable is always an option too. Anyway, ESPN+ is an A10 think. Much better than something like FloSports.I'm assuming the Dude meant over streaming ESPN+. You would think the "worldwide leader in sports" would have direct to smart TV apps that don't involve 3rd party devices. Especially since they've bundled with Disney+ and Hulu, which do both have smart TV apps. If Google, Peacock, Amazon, can all have incredible apps what's the holdup with ESPN?
I have a Samsung Smart TV. I was shopping over Christmas and I saw a bunch of 75 inch TVs for sale under $600. My Samsung is older but it is a nice TV. I bought my father one last year. He is in his mid-80s. I would go visit and his old TV would drive my crazy. I went out and bought him a big TV and had it delivered with installation. The Apps sent him into a tailspin though. Ha! I told him to just not access it. He would call about every little issue or how to find the Hallmark channel or ESPN2 or whatever. He even wanted to return it. It took about two weeks of hate and angst before I finally got the call I had been waiting for. Son! I love this TV. I can actually see little things I have never noticed before. I told him to watch lots of shows with good looking women so he could get a good look at their boobs. Ha! Same thing happened when I bought him an iPhone. Not the boobs comment but the angst. Now he cannot stop with the texting and the emojis. OH! I digress....AA, what kind of TV do you have for a built-in ESPN app? Not with a roku or firestick, but actually on the smart TV?