Peel Fruit and iOS app review: channel surfing of the future
- Works with many devices
- Good TV suggestions
- Responsive support
- Software lacks some common buttons
- Can be laggy at times
- No conventional program guide
There's no shortage of devices that aim to replace your always-missing remote control with your always-present smartphone, and the Peel is one of the more recent and unique entries into the space. A software / hardware combination consisting of a "Peel Fruit" and accompanying iOS app, the package brings a new approach to finding what to watch -- and it's unlike most other smartphone-IR options we've encountered so far. Does it all come together, or are we left wishing for more? Read on past the break to find out!
How It Stacks Up
Harmony Ultimate Hub
Harmony Smart Control
TV Touch Remote
Multimedia Remote Keyboard
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