Why I Don’t Use Google and Twitter for My Streaming Shows


A lot of the new Netflix content that’s popping up on the service is for the very first time being available to stream on directv, a streaming service that’s been available to most consumers for years.

That’s why I haven’t been using Twitter and Google+ on my directv shows.

But I am using Facebook as my social media app on my streaming shows, and my shows are being streamed through that.

So my show can be shared on Facebook and YouTube without ever leaving the app.

And it works great.

It’s the only way I can keep track of what’s happening in my shows, because Facebook isn’t an official app.

So I can see what’s going on, and it doesn’t take me away from what I’m watching.

And you can see who’s watching the show on your show, and you can read the reviews of each other’s shows.

That makes it easy for me to keep tabs on my shows.

And I also don’t have to worry about a lot of people sharing my show on Facebook, since I’m sharing my shows through Facebook.

That means I can do more with my shows than people who are not on Facebook can.

I’m very much in favor of streaming shows through the app, even if it means I have to be using Facebook to do that.

And if I do decide to use Twitter and/or Google+ for my streaming, I can always switch back to my other social media apps after a show.

I’ll always have that option.

I also think that the apps will continue to evolve, because it’s hard to predict exactly what people will want.

But the ones I do like are Google+, Instagram, and Snapchat.

And those are my favorites.

I think that they’re going to continue to have an impact on the way that people consume content.