My TV Remote ready to revolutionize the living room


Ryz Media has something up their sleeves that ought to keep those of you who want a much more convenient 21st century couch potato lifestyle will be pleased to know that there is a new Apple iTune App known as the My TV Remote. It more or less enables just about any owner of an iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad to easily control their home theatre hardware, while delivering instant access to their own personalized Electronic Program Guide (EPG) right in the palm of their hands. Not only that, one is able to share and communicate what one is watching with your friends and family simultaneously, now how about that?

Another piece of good news that ought to get you sitting up straight to take notice – My TV Remote won’t break the bank at all, considering it retails for all of $19.95. Ryz Media however has gone the extra mile by delivering a couple of infrared transmitters in the box itself, enabling two people to make full use of their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad in order to master their TV (and not the other way around). My TV Remote is already available Stateside at the right vendors and retailers if yo’re interested, where you will be able to experience TV in a totally new way by combining the following :-

  • Full Electronic Program Guide (EPG) in the palm of your hand. The EPG is customized to your cable TV or satellite provider, so you get all the broadcast and cable channels on your system
  • Full device control of your TV, set-top box, DVDs, receivers and other devices. Your favorite channels, programs and shows just one click away
  • Share your choices with your family and friends via Facebook Connect right with the app itself. My TV Remote makes any TV viewer an active viewer

What is supporting My TV Remote? Well, a cloud based service will handle all of the back door processing, which translates to the My TV Remote app helping you enjoy the latest program guide information for your particular system all the time. Not only that, the service will also automatically make available device codes for new equipment which you purchase for your home theatre or TV viewing, having them sent wirelessly to your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. Best of all is this – there is no longer any need to aim your old remote device at the iPod or iPhone or iPad to have it learn the code.

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3 reviews or comments

Edwin Says: October 12, 2010 at 4:38 am

Electronic Programming Guide

Imen Says: October 12, 2010 at 9:28 am

cool application, but at 20 dollars, it’s still expensive.

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