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    NextPVR Android app

    Placeholder - info to be added here soon.

    FYI, this is a phone/tablet application, not an Android TV app.

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    Would I be reading into this too much if I asked if there would ever be an Androit TV app? I know with Kodi we basically already have one but am curious nonetheless.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pcostanza View Post
    Would I be reading into this too much if I asked if there would ever be an Android TV app?
    I don't know - I haven't started working on one. That said, about 80% of the phone/tablet app would be reused in an Android TV app, so maybe. (ie, all the code for locating NextPVR, connecting, retrieving channels and listings, scheduling recordings, cancelling recordings, streaming live tv, streaming recordings etc)

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    Sounds great @sub! I would love an Android app and would be happy to pay for it. Looking forward to what you have in store...

    Currently I use Emby with MX Player on my Android devices, but it's convoluted and clunky. I put your iOS app on my wife's iPad and it works really well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyb View Post
    Sounds great @sub! I would love an Android app and would be happy to pay for it. Looking forward to what you have in store...
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    The android app will be available in the Play store in the next couple of days.

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    Is this app specifically coded for AndroidTV or just a generic Android app?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scJohn View Post
    Is this app specifically coded for AndroidTV or just a generic Android app?
    As I said above, this is specifically a phone/tablet application, not an Android TV app. It will not work on Android TV.

    (I do have the beginnings of an Android TV app, but that'll be later)

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