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Google releases iPad app for Fiber TV subscribers

updated 04:10 pm EDT, Tue April 23, 2013

Allows viewing, browsing TV content

Google has released a native iPad app for subscribers of its Fiber TV service. Users can browse and search for shows that are airing live, as well as on-demand content, and anything recorded to DVR. On-demand content can in fact be both bought and watched using the app.

When searching, the app will display results by categories such as channels, movies, TV shows, and people. The software is a free download, and requires iOS 6 or later. It is currently only useful in Kansas City, however, the one city which has access to Fiber. The service is slated to come to Austin, Texas and Provo, Utah in the next year or so.



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