OSN launches revamped TV guide apps
Dubai, October 23, 2013
OSN, a leading pay network in the Mena region, said it has launched the ultimate TV Guide app that now places complete control of the viewing experience, in the palm of the customer's hand.
With the touch of a finger, subscribers can browse the TV Guide, watch the latest trailers, and record their favourite entertainment - all from their iPad.
This revolutionary app allows viewers to set programme reminders, as well as share what they are watching through Facebook, Twitter, and email. A key highlight is the Remote Record feature which seamlessly connects viewers to their set top box from any location, allowing them to record their favourite sporting events, shows or movies anytime, anywhere.
On the new apps, CEO David Butorac said: "As the premium content provider in the Mena region, OSN prides itself on its easy-to-access and convenient programming models on both traditional and new media."
The iPad app takes customer engagement to a new level by not only allowing subscribers to remotely review our programming schedule but also share what they are watching with friends via social media, he added.
OSN, he said, remains at the forefront of the home-entertainment experience through offering a vast array of technology innovations .
The new app allows users to - add channels to a favourites list for quick access, search for a program by name (or partial name), view a short summary about each show, set Remote Record and also send Reminder Alerts for programs. The app will be available in Arabic soon, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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