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10 TV Guide Apps for Your Smartphone or Tablet

10 TV Guide Apps for Your Smartphone or Tablet
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Keep up with what's on air!

Increasingly, TV viewers have taken to using mobile phones and tablets as a "second screen" to their television, searching for supplemental information on TV series and actors, and looking for interesting new TV shows. Sometimes, it's just to figure out when the next episode of their favorite TV series will premier. Here are a few TV companion apps that you can use to notify you of new episodes, search for new shows to watch, and answer that age old question: "What's on TV?"

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    RPB1 , October 20, 2013 3:40 PM
    "What's on TV?"... if yo bought a 2013 Sony, you won't know, but Samsung has channel lists and Electronic Program Guide and timer/programmed viewing. (I bought 1 of each, I liked the Sony Twin Picture for watching 2 games at once, but must use my digital converter box from my old analog TV to get the channel list and see what's on what channel without flipping through 110 OTA channels, reminds me of old analog tv clicking around the dial to see what's on.

    My Samsung complaint is no variable audio out so you must get up walk across a room to turn down the knob on the stereo/computer speakers as if remote controls shouldn't turn down volume... Memories of 1960 for both brands
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    RPB1 , October 20, 2013 3:42 PM
    "What's on TV?"... if yo bought a 2013 Sony, you won't know, but Samsung has channel lists and Electronic Program Guide and timer/programmed viewing. (I bought 1 of each, I liked the Sony Twin Picture for watching 2 games at once, but must use my digital converter box from my old analog TV to get the channel list and see what's on what channel without flipping through 110 OTA channels, reminds me of old analog tv clicking around the dial to see what's on.

    My Samsung complaint is no variable audio out so you must get up walk across a room to turn down the knob on the stereo/computer speakers as if remote controls shouldn't turn down volume... Memories of 1960 for both brands
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