This article details the apps user experience for the XFINITY TV on the X1 Platform.
Apps Menu Navigation
The XFINITY TV on the X1 Platform apps menu provides an interactive television experience that allows you to use our enhanced cloud-based guide features with third-party applications that you frequently use in your daily life.
To access the apps menu, simply use your remote to:
- Go to the Main Menu
- Select Apps
- Highlight and select the app you wish to use and press OK
Examples of Apps and Detail Screens
The following apps and detail screens are all available through the X1 Platform.
For more information on the Headlines app, click here
For more information on the Horoscopes app, click here
For more information on the Weather app, click here
For more information on the Traffic app, click here
For more information on the Sports app, click here
For more information on using Facebook, click here
For more information on using Pandora, click here
For more information on using the Stocks app, click here
For more information on using the Photos app, click here
You can browse voicemails:
You can listen to voicemails:
Upon opening the Voicemail app for the first time, you will be directed to http://x1.comcast.net/webportal/home
to enable it on your X1 device.
For more information on the Voicemail app, click here
Online App Setup
All setup and activation of third-party apps like Pandora and Facebook must be completed via the Web portal. Each user can control their own social media set up and privacy settings with their Comcast ID.
- You must have a Comcast ID prior to installation of X1 Platform from XFINITY.
- The Primary User cannot manage these functions for secondary users.
- Self-managed and restricted secondary accounts will be treated as primary user accounts so that they may regulate their own social media settings.
Enabling a four-digit PIN in the Privacy Settings section of the Web portal
allows each user in the household to use that PIN to access third-party apps via the X1 device. You do not
create the PIN; rather, the PIN is the touch-tone-keypad equivalent of the first four characters of your comcast.net password. For example, if your password is "Comcast," your PIN would be "2662."