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How to watch Binge on iOS devices

The easy guide to setting up Binge on your Apple smartphone or tablet.

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New streaming service Binge has hit the ground running, offering entertainment junkies a generous collection of content at an affordable price.

If you're not a Foxtel pay TV customer yet, Binge is definitely appealing, as it comes with quality shows delivered without lock-in contracts, via the Internet.

Users can enjoy Binge on a variety of devices, including those running iOS. Here's how to watch Binge on your Apple device: iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

Step 1. Download the Binge app for iOS

To get started, access the App Store on your iOS smartphone or tablet and search for the Binge app. Tap Get and wait for the app to finish installing onto your device.

Step 2. Create a Binge account

Binge is offering a free 14-day trial. In other words, you don't have to pay anything to see if the platform is a good fit for you.

Once the app is installed, follow the on-screen instructions to set up an account using your personal information. You won't be billed before the free trial is up.

If you're happy with the service and decide to continue, subscriptions to Binge start at $10/month.

Step 3. Start watching

Now that you're all set up, you can start watching anything that catches your eye from the Binge library. Alternatively, you can enjoy the service on the big screen by making use of iOS's ability to use the AirPlay function and stream to your Apple TV.

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