Multitask With TiVo's iPad App

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iPad owners cradle their iPads while watching TV anyway, so it makes perfect sense for TiVo to make a remote control app for them. Plus, it seems like you can go beyond just remote control functionality to a sort of split-screening.


Here's the quick feature list:

• Gesture based control - Take complete control of all recordings, even dragging forward and back through a show with a simple tap or swipe
• Start watching what you want - Launch a recorded show, live TV or streaming video with the swipe of a finger
• Program guide - Browse your full-screen TV program guide without interrupting TV viewing
• Schedule - Schedule one-time recordings and Season Pass recordings from the device at home or on-the-go
• Get more from your shows and movies - Explore cast and crew and other recommendations of your favorite shows without interrupting the big screen
• Search - Search for all of your favorite TV shows, movies, actors or directors across both broadcast and broadband from Netflix, Amazon Video On Demand, and more
• Share comments with your friends - From within the TiVo Premiere App, comment and share your thoughts to Facebook or Twitter about the show you are currently watching

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Doing stuff while not interrupting your TV show sounds pretty amazing—kind of like Google TV, but without having to do picture-in-picture. Searching, scheduling and browsing seems useful as well. I like the way you're thinking, TiVo. [TiVo]


I use i.TV on my iPhone now, but this would be cool if it had some of the management features.