SingTel on Wednesday made available the mio TV GO app on both Apple and Android devices. mio TV GO is a mio TV’s companion app will enhance the mio TV viewing experience.
Check out some of these features of mio TV GO app:
‘LIVE’ screening of ten channels including mio Stadium
- The app will allow BPL subscribers on the mio TV platform to enjoy ‘LIVE’ streaming of three mio Stadium channels (Channel 102 -104), three mio Sports channels (Channel 111 – 113) and four Asian channels.
- With mio Stadium, customers can catch ‘LIVE’ Barclays Premier League (BPL) matches on their mobile phones and tablets and enjoy a groundbreaking locally-produced studio show.
- Catch ‘LIVE’ matches of UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga and other football matches available on mio Sports.
- Fans of Asian content can also watch Jia Le Channel, ETTV Asia, ETTV Yoyo and Jiangsu Satellite Channel on mio TV GO.
- Content subscription fee of $5 per month will be waived till May 2014.
Brand new show – “SingTel Game On” and Football Portal for all your football needs
- SingTel Game On – Available only to mio TV subscribers, SingTel Game On is the first-of-its-kind studio-produced programme to enhance the BPL viewing experience.
- Host Richard Lenton and his guests, will give up-to-the-second updates and commentaries on concurrent BPL matches while you watch the matches at home.
- Football portal – The in-app Football portal is a great source for all the latest BPL news, league table, match previews, team line-ups and other statistics.
Remote control and remote recording feature
- Triple Play mio TV subscribers can pair their mio TV GO app with their set-top boxes at home and use their mobile devices as a remote control.
- Customers who have paired their devices can also set their mio TV set-top box to record favourite programmes remotely from mobile device, from wherever they are.
User-friendly Electronic Programming Guide (EPG)
Mio TV GO users can access the app’s Electronic Programming Guide to view TV schedules, read synopses of their favourite shows and even watch trailers of the latest Video-on-Demand movies.