Integrating T-Mobile's TVision app

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    mahermusic

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    T-Mobile's TVision came out on November 1, 2020. (Not to be confused with the earlier offering from last year, which was limited to a few cities...) Any word if TiVo will be making the TVision app available to download on their boxes? I've got the $10 Vibe package (34+ channels), and would love to be able to access right from the TiVo. Right now, it's available on Android and Apple mobile devices, streaming devices, Android TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google TV, and a bunch of smart TVs.

    Streaming Entertainment - More Than Just Live TV | TVision by T-Mobile
     
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    dbpaddler

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    Yeah. It's on their to do list right behind Philo and YouTube TV...

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    mahermusic

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    C'MON!!! Where's Tivo_Ted?
     
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    JoeKustra

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    Not working for TiVo. Last visit here was in August.
     
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    dbpaddler

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    Not sure what fantasy world you're living in that you think there's even a 1% chance it's anywhere close to even being written on someone's napkin as a remote thought that it's even in the pipeline of being added. It's laughable that you even asked the question and are serious about it. Like you've been living under a rock in regards to Tivo for the past decade.

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    CommunityMember

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    The reports were that he was declared surplus by the company, and was last seen looking for new employment.

    In any case, I suspect that app you are looking for will be on the TiVo stream (only because it gets to take advantage of the Android TV app ecosystem), or perhaps supported by the 3rd party interposer app vewd. The odds of T-Mobile developing a native app for legacy TiVo is going to be indistinguishable from zero.
     
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    shwru980r

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    The Tvision App is available in the Amazon app store for Fire TV devices. The Fire TV Recast and a Fire TV stick are probably the most realistic solution to integrate this service with a DVR.
     
  8. Nov 4, 2020 #8 of 10
    mahermusic

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    Hmmm, maybe that rarified "fantasy world" where people use punctuation correctly, and formulate well formulated sentences, instead of vomiting up meaningless babble. I WAS going to write something snarky, but I felt sorry for you, between the incoherent text you've typed, and the fact that you were forced to do it on a... surface duo (LMFAO...) So, instead, we'll block you to save ourselves from seeing any additional moronic dribble from mom's basement. Ta-ta!
     
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    mahermusic

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    Actually, the TVision service itself comes with DVR capabilities included in every level for free except the cheapest. (You could even add it on that level for $5/month if you wanted to...)
     
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    One less out of touch person to deal with. Works for me. Guess the 3 likes are from people that can actually see the forest through the trees and aren't just bitter their hopes are misguided and never going to happen.

    Not my fault you're out of touch with how tivo has evolved over the past decade. When the likes of CBS, Peacock, Disney, HBO Max and other popular streaming apps are not getting onto the dvr platform, you seriously think an iptv app that competes with tivo has a shot?




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