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Join the Community! released its Android app this past weekend, giving owners of its DVR  a way to stream live and recorded TV to Android phones and tablets. is targeting cord cutters with a DVR that records free over-the-air digital TV and then streams it to mobile and connected devices. The company just started to sell its second-generation hardware, and is set to show off a cloud DVR offering at CES in Las Vegas next month. We first showed off’s Android app in a video a few weeks ago.

7 Responses to “, the DVR for cord cutters, releases its Android app”

  1. anjenaire

    How about they make their first generation product work before they introduce a new product. This is definitely a beta product and I am a sucker for investing over $300 to test their software. They just introduced a new tv guide that created all sorts of errors. Not ready for Primetime. Looks like it would work but too many glitches, errors and just plain bugs. Stay away. You’ve been warned

    • djrichard

      Not sure where anjenaire is coming from. I have the first generation product and am having absolutely no problems with it (or with the tv guide). Definitely prime time quality product.

      Go to forums to see for yourself where the conversation is at.

  2. I hope you will review and compare the new Simple TV, Tablo, and the Channel Master DVR+ in the near future. The latter device really intrigues me, though given the bad reviews of its previous model, I don’t think I’ll be an early adopter. For now, I’m sticking with my HTPC system for a non-subscription, whole-house DVR.