You Forced a move to a pay subscription app. And only have cable provider sign-in via the web. Every person I know (that was a velocity fan) has dropped off. Such a shame!
It’s not too bad it’s in the canceled The velocity TV shows that were being produced when they bought the network
I love MT and all the original content. I used to watch Ignition and Head to Head regularly in YT when I workout or when I have long flights. I actually subscribed and still continue to pay because I love the content and want to support MT. All that being said it’s been over a year since I’ve watched content because I still watch YT on offline mode in my use needs, but the app doesn’t support it. Despite loving the content, I’m actually considering ending my subscription because I haven’t watched in more than a year and it doesn’t seem like offline watching is on its way anytime soon.
I love it works good while I am on the road just wish there was more episodes of the shows
As promised, no adds on this side of the paywall. Come on in! I can not tell you how much I enjoy watching shows commercial free. I wish Counting Cars was a show option within the app. Still there is enough to see.
Love this app!
All of the Discovery channels used to have dedicated apps with provider sign in (DirecTV, cable, ect) so you could access all the shows you're already paying for anyways on demand. Well, the old Velocity GO app has been stripped of content and there is no provider sign in on this new MotorTrend app they're pushing. I get that the new app/service has original content not being broadcast on the channel, but way to break with the rest of your parent network and give paying subscribers nothing. I'm not paying anything extra for a channel I already pay for.
Not going to start a 14day free trial only to have it charge me after that. Waste of time.
Why should I pay for on line access when I can watch at no extra cost with my cable subscription? Forget it!
Simply will not reliably cast to any television. Love the programming, hopefully the app catches up.