TiVo out-of-home streaming is now is available

TiVo Roamio

TiVo has begun the roll-out of their out-of-home streaming services. From now on, owners of a Roamio Pro or a Roamio Plus DVR can stream live TV and recorded content over Wi-Fi to iOS devices (5.1 and higher) at no extra costs. Support for streaming over 4G/LTE and to Android devices is scheduled for 2014. Also dowloading content to a mobile device for later viewing will be possible.
Note that streaming to a mobile device is limited to one device at the time and that there are still shows that are not allowed to be streamed or downloaded to a mobile device. Visit www.tivo.com for more details.

TiVo will start pushing the new app with the streaming functionality as of today.



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