For me, that’s a tough one because I bounce around and there are days where I am streaming on Roku all day. I would say sports networks like WWE network, ESPN+, DAZN, UFC Fight Pass, etc. would probably be my most used because I cover combat sports. I also stream YouTube content daily and subscribe to the major streaming networks like Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video. It would depend on if you’re talking about in general or specific genres in my case as far as which apps get the most use.
Philo I've not heard of so will have to check it out
From what I understand, Philo is a live TV streaming platform similar to Hulu, YouTube TV, and others in the market. I currently don’t have a need for service in that area so I haven’t given any of those services much thought. One of the primary reasons why I haven’t gone to streaming full time even though I pretty much stream content daily is because I still need to record to DVDs for my work. I can do this from my DirecTV equipment, but as far as I know, I wouldn’t be able to do the same via streaming or at least not legally so for the time being, that’s a deal breaker for me. If I had the ability to do what I do now via Roku and Apple TV, I probably would have cut the cord a few years ago providing I could get exactly what I pay for from DirecTV via streaming. I’ve been with DirecTV almost twenty years. For the most part, I am a happy customer, but as loyal as I am to them, as good as they’ve been to my family and I, the costs have become an issue in recent years.
MLB. Pandora free, Spotify trial, PBS, Amazon, NASA, Occasionally look at DustX content.