DIRECTV App for iPad Now Lets You Stream Over 3G/4G

DIRECTV App for iPad Now Lets You Stream Over 3G/4G

Posted by · 17406 views · Translate

The DIRECTV App for iPad has been updated to go 'anywhere you go', letting you watch shows and movies over 3G or 4G.

The ultimate video experience is just a tap away with the FREE DIRECTV App for iPad. Turn your iPad into a portable TV and watch in any room of your home. And now DIRECTV goes anywhere you go. You can customize and control your entertainment, and watch shows and movies you get at home anywhere, right on your iPad. It's all at your fingertips.

FEATURES:
- Watch shows and movies from HBO, Starz, Encore, Cinemax and more on your iPad anywhere you go.
- Turn your iPad into a portable TV and watch your favorite channels in any room of your home.
- Browse and discover shows, movies and sports. Plus get program descriptions, cast & crew info, and parental ratings – without interrupting what you are currently watching on TV.
- Tap to tune in to any show on your TV from your iPad.
- Set your DVR to record your favorite shows from anywhere.
- Track your favorite teams and get real-time scores and schedules.

REQUIREMENTS
- DIRECTV customers must have a residential home account registered on DIRECTV's website to access the DIRECTV app for iPad.
- Watching On Demand content requires an active Wi-Fi or 3G Internet connection. For best performance, connect to a strong Wi-Fi signal.
- Live TV Streaming and remote control requires a Wi-Fi connection to your home network and a DIRECTV Plus HD DVR (models R22, and HR20 or higher) connected to a broadband Internet connection. Remote control also works with HD receivers (models H21, H23 or higher) connected to a broadband Internet connection.
- Available content is based on your current programming package and premium service. Not all content is available to stream at this time.
- Scheduling a recording requires a Wi-Fi, Edge or 3G network connection and a DIRECTV Plus DVR (models R15, R16, and R22), DIRECTV Plus HD DVR (models HR20 or higher) or TiVo Series 2 receivers with 6.4a software. Receivers do not require phone or broadband Internet connection to schedule a recording.
- Tips, Tricks and Customer Support are available on the DIRECTV website.

What's New In This Version:
- Now DIRECTV goes anywhere you go. Watch shows and movies you get at home anywhere, on your iPad.
- View programs recently watched on the iPad and resume where you left off.
- Discover the top shows and movies that people are currently watching and talking about with the new social module.
- Check in to Miso on the shows you are currently watching.

You can download DIRECTV App for iPad from the App Store for free.

Read More [via 9to5Mac]


DIRECTV App for iPad Now Lets You Stream Over 3G/4G

DIRECTV App for iPad Now Lets You Stream Over 3G/4G

DIRECTV App for iPad Now Lets You Stream Over 3G/4G

Hunter - March 25, 2012 at 10:39pm
Social apps and additional video on demand is a cool addition for their customers, but I want to know what they have against live streaming outside of the home? I ask that question of the majority of TV providers. Working for DISH, I know they are the ONLY provider to offer live streaming TV over 3g, 4g and WIFI networks on nearly any smart device. Anyone interested should check out the DISH Test Drive where customers and non customers can see what its like to have the freedom to watch TV anywhere they want.
DO NOT UPDATE - March 22, 2012 at 1:29am
If you have a jailbroken IPAD2 this update will not work..my ipad2 was working perfectly like a fucking idiot I just updated it.now it stopped working.. The XCON WAS WORKING ON VERSION 1.3.9 Can anyone patch this please Damn I should never updated it..fuck!!!
DO NOT UPDATE - March 22, 2012 at 5:03am
I resintalled the previous version 1.3.9 back from my iTunes Fuck this version..This update wouldn't work with current app. Please update the patch for this new version Thnaks
BustAGroove - March 22, 2012 at 12:06am
Any chance of porting to iPhone 4 or higher?
Not on your life - March 21, 2012 at 8:09pm
Why not iPhone like hbo 2 go..!?
1 More Comment
Recent