Time Warner Cable has updated its TWC TV iOS app [App Store] to allow subscribers to watch on-demand content as well as bringing other minor updates. In a blog post on its website, Time Warner says the update adds the ability to watch 4,000 TV and movie titles from 94 different providers.

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The catalog is a mix of standard and high-definition content, but the cable company says it will add more HD content and more content overall as it is able.

On demand – Over 4,000 TV shows and movies from 94 providers

- FF / REW / Pause using standard iOS player controls (FF disabled where required).
- Browse by TV Shows, Movies, Kids or network.
- Search – search the On Demand catalog by title.
- Parental control – Channel blocking (network based parental control) is enforced for both TWC TV live and on demand content. To block channels, visit myservices.timewarnercable.com.

Live TV guide – now features “recently viewed channels” button to quickly recall previously viewed live TV channels.

Numerous performance enhancements and bug fixes have been implemented to improve the overall user experience.

The new Version 3.0 update to TWC TV is now available in the App Store. [Direct Link]

Top Rated Comments

JtheLemur Avatar
148 months ago
awesome. just signed up for only the app - no cable box or anything. paying an affordable monthly fee for all TW cable content but in an "app only" form. it's great.

:confused::confused::confused: [snort, grumble] :confused::confused::confused:

OH MAN I just had the craziest dream you guys where a cable company let me become a customer without being a slave to an actual cable box! What a brave new world it was…
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jonofriedman Avatar
148 months ago
this means nothing

Only works on home network wifi. They need to get on Comcast's level with an Xfinity competitor.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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