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This step-by-step instructional guide will show you How To Install VUit on any device you prefer for live local news.
VUit is a brand-new Local News App that carries hundreds of news stations across the country.
It is available for installation on tons of devices including Firestick, Android, Roku, iOS, and more.
Many cord-cutters have trouble finding local news stations without using an OTA Antenna and this resolves that issue.
Currently, there are over 200 stations available in select locations. However, this is likely to grow as more channel options are added.
For these reasons and more, we have included VUit in our Best Firestick Apps list.
This guide will show you How To Install VUit App on the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4k.
To do so, we will download the app from the Amazon App Store.
However, all app stores hold this application so these steps will also work on any device you prefer.
NOTE: As of the writing of this post we have been unable to locate VUit within the Google Play Store.
We suggest checking back frequently.
Users can still access VUit via their Web Browser on any device and this includes Android TV Box.
The Puffin Browser works fabulously for all Android TV devices including NVIDIA SHIELD and more.
How To Install VUit on Firestick/Fire TV
1. From your device home-screen hover over the search icon to type and select VUit
2. Choose VUit under Apps & Games
3. Click Get
4. Wait for app to download
5. Click Open or Launch now
6. You will now see the VUit home-page
For those with a Roku device, use instructions below for installation.
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How To Install VUit on Roku
This guide shows How To Install VUit on a Roku Streaming Stick+. However, these steps will also work for any variation of Roku.
1. From the home screen click the search option
2. Type VUit
3. Click the first option for VUit
4. Choose Add channel
5. Click Ok
6. Return to home screen and find VUit
7. Choose Move channel
8. Move and drop VUit at the top off your Channels list
9. Click to launch the VUit channel
VUit Features & Description
VUit is a fabulous new app with over 200 local news stations available for streaming.
You can view the complete list of channels and watch live news from any Browser, including the Silk Browser, on the official website:
Users will find HD streaming of their favorite News Stations as well as featured shows, playlists, and events.
This app pairs perfectly with many IPTV Services that do not carry local stations.
For other free local TV options, I recommend viewing the links below.
If you are looking for VOD content we suggest checking out the following popular resource guides:
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VUit Frequently Asked Questions
What is VUit?
VUit is a brand-new Local News App that carries hundreds of news stations across the country for free Live TV streaming.
Is VUit free?
Yes! VUit is 100% free and available for use and installation on nearly any device.
What Channels does VUit feature?
VUit has over 200 channels from various News Stations across the Country. This number will continue to increase as more locations are added.
Is VUit available on Firestick?
Yes. This guide will show you how to install VUit on a Firestick or Fire TV device.
Is VUit available on Roku?
Yes. This instructional guide will provide you steps to install on any Roku device.