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DirecTV for Android updated to 3.0, boasts voice commands and new UI

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DirectTV's comprehensive app overhaul has finally jumped to a second operating system: Android. The refined UI debuted on the iPad earlier this month before migrating to the iPhone, adding a Watch button to choose where content is played, a redesigned Info Page and more customization options in the guide. Now, these same improvements are available on Google's mobile OS, including DVR scheduling and voice search for programming. There's no word on when DirecTV for Tablets will get these features, but hopefully it doesn't take two years.

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