App Alert: PIX11 News gets a new look

PIX11 News App

Livestreaming, breaking news notifications, and all the local news you want from PIX11 in a fast, high-performance app.

Watch and read stories at the same time — the video plays as you scroll. Be the first to know with breaking news alerts, and find out what’s happening in your area with News Near Me.

Never miss any PIX11 news – you can livestream our newscasts right from your phone or tablet. Save stories to read later, and share easily to Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks.

Get a head start on your day with PIX11 traffic and weather maps. Enter our latest contests and promotions right from your phone, and catch up on all your favorite segments from PIX11.



PIX11 Weather App

The WPIX Mobile Weather App includes:

Access to station content specifically for our mobile users

250 meter radar, the highest resolution available

Future radar to see where severe weather is headed

High resolution satellite cloud imagery

Current weather updated multiple times per hour

Daily and Hourly forecasts updated hourly from our computer models

Ability to add and save your favorite locations

A fully integrated GPS for current location awareness

Severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service

Opt-in push alerts to keep you safe in severe weather



PIX11 Newsletters 

PIX11 offers three newsletters with the top stories.

8 a.m. newsletter with your morning roundup of news

5 p.m. newsletter with your evening roundup of news

Breaking News emails for big stories the moment we have them

PIX ON DEMAND: Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire and Alexa

PIX11 is now available via PIX11-branded applications on several platforms including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Google’s Android TV, where PIX11 is offering news, lifestyle and entertainment segments as video-on-demand content.

PIX11 News digests hosted by our anchors and reporters are also available on Amazon’s voice-activated Alexa service, via Flash News Briefings.

Simply search for “WPIX” on Roku, Apple TV, Android TV and Amazon Fire, and add “PIX11 News” in the Flash News Briefings portion of your Alexa app.  

On Alexa, you can also receive Mr. G’s forecasts seven days a week by enabling the Mr. G skill on your Amazon Alexa app, and asking your Alexa, “Hey Alexa, ask Mr. G the weather.” 




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