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Ziggo let iOS clients outdoors watching television – update
Ziggo customers with an iOS device can now outside the door watching TV. Previously received the Ziggo app for Android already an update to customers via mobile internet or other Wi-Fi connections can watch TV.
Until now, iOS users could only watch TV via Ziggo app if they were connected to their home network, but the app has been updated. In total, 34 view channels outside the door. These are not all the channels, but most, says Ziggo. “It’s all standard channels,” said Ziggo spokesman Erik Doeselaar. Customers can only look for stations that are in their package.
Customers should moreover have both an Internet and TV subscription Ziggo to use the app. The app also takes action against users who jailbreak their device or rooting. In a test, for example, the editors of Tweakers refused Ziggo app to play streams on a rooted Android device. According Ziggo is done to ensure that the app works well and to guarantee the protection of rights. On devices that the user has root access, the streams could be saved.
The Android app Ziggo has already been updated to watch outdoors as possible. KPN introduced in January same functionality. UPC introduced the functionality in the last summer. However, the streaming functionality does not work on Android Lollipop.
Update, 16:05: This piece originally stated that fifty channels to view outdoors. However, it comes to 34 channels. In total the Ziggo app to fifty channels, but sixteen of which are not available on other Wi-Fi networks than their own.Viewing:-117
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