“Time Warner Cable, which last month [sic. “last year”] launched an app to let its subscribers watch streamed content on iOS devices, has released a beta version for computers,” Electronista reports.
“The company’s TWC TV app now lets its users stream live TV to their Windows PC or Mac as long as they’re on the local network,” Electronista reports. “It also lets them manage their DVR or set-top box.”
Electronista reports, “In addition to viewing live TV directly without going through an intermediary set-top box, the app gives the subscriber a guide with seven days of listings. It can schedule a DVR and turn on a set-top with a specific channel tuned in.”
More information in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Note: Users will need to download or upgrade Silverlight to version 4 to use the app. Yuck.
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