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Google Fiber app gains new DVR features, now on iPhone and iPod Touch

Nicole Lee, @nicole
October 30, 2013
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For the lucky few who've signed on to Google's Fiber TV service, you're about to get a few more goodies coming your way. Today, the Mountain View company not only upgraded Fiber's Android and iOS app with DVR management features, it's opened up the latter to the iPhone and iPod Touch as well (Fiber's iOS app was previously only for iPads). A few of the new app functionalities include a shortcut to access your show history plus the ability to search, sort and mass-delete your recordings without having to fire up your remote. Like a lot of other DVR apps, you can also now watch your shows right from your phone or tablet. This update along with new streaming partnerships and content deals certainly makes us wish Fiber was more widespread. Or, perhaps, we should consider moving instead.

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