Catch all your favorite Bravo shows with their new app for Windows Phone and Windows 8

Bravo Now

Official apps are raining down on the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store. Especially when it comes to those apps for popular television channels. Just this past week we saw A&E, Lifetime and History make their way to Windows 8.1. Then a few days later, those same apps appeared in the Windows Phone Store. Today we're getting Brava Now for both Windows Phone and Windows 8. Let's check these two apps out.

Bravo is a television channel from the United States that now focuses on reality series. You'll find shows like The Real Housewives, What What Happens: Live, Married to Medicine, Ladies of London and others.

Bravo Now

Meander to the appropriate store and you'll find two new Universal Windows apps for fans of Bravo. Here's what you'll get feature-wise with Bravo Now:

  • Full episode viewing when you authenticate with your TV provider
  • Selected full episodes without authenticating, when available
  • Special clips, interviews, and Bravo video content
  • Program guide to check the Bravo on-air schedule

Bravo Now

Again, like most television apps, you'll need to prove you're a paying satellite or cable customer by authenticating the app. Once you do that, you'll get access to all the content on Bravo.

Have any favorite shows on Bravo? Sound off below and let us know what you think of Bravo Now for Windows Phone and Windows 8!

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Reader comments

Catch all your favorite Bravo shows with their new app for Windows Phone and Windows 8


Excellent this is big. Now I can show off my widows phone. Watching movies on the big screen on the go.

Bravo used to be a junk channel in the UK until it was discontinued due to lack of interest/viewers. I didn't realise it still existed in other parts of the world.

It used to have ballet and classical music performances when it first started many years ago. Now its just reality trash. Give the people what they want I guess...

Indeed. "Give the people what they want." Applies to everything nowadays including religious sect, television, radio, software. Etc. There is nothing wrong with that. If anything it is a +++ for Windows Phone. This app could be the deal sealer for many. Happy to see this app here at Windows Phone.

Loving it. Downloading and analyzing right now.

Update: Xfinity not available but still loads of full length videos to watch.

Is it time for diwali already? Or as Western Citizens wud say... Is it time for Christmas already? I hope this stream of official app goes on like this. I am not going to use this app but hey.... platform love.

Ashamed to admit it, but I am giddy right now. My wife has got me addicted to all things Bravo. So this is a plus for me.


Kudos to the flood of official apps. This has been an insane week and half to say the least

Love the universal app idea. I think this is one of the main reasons why apps are pouring in. Buy one place , available on all your other devices.

I better hide this from my lady (IOS user) or she'll be all over my phone. I'd be happy with Cartoon Network and Comedy Central. Them two and ESPN are all I need.

Another app crippled by f'in content providers. Univision has it figured out with ad supported streaming. The other stations need to reclaim their ballz.

Well these are actually cable channels so I don't mind that requirement. Now with actual broadcast networks I do.

Ya. Even so, why not grab some cash from streaming ads and stop clinging to their old school business model.

Understood. So they can have other options for pay. I.e. Cable/sat logon, or what I'd like to see is channel by channel subscription for streaming. So many worthless channels I don't need. A la carte streaming for favorite channels. Give discounts for 5 packs...so many options.

I think the developer is up for something... He lately became tired of people complaining to remove ads after the latest update

Around these parts, I never stream anything (unless my life depended on it) oh & when I have to feed my youtube addiction, Its just too expensive. That said, I'm happy these official apps are flooding in but this does nothing for me, sadly :(