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ThinkFlood Adds Free UK TV Program Guide to RedEye Universal Remote App (16/3/2011)

ThinkFlood, the company behind the RedEye universal remote control products, is pleased to announce that the eagerly awaited Free TV Program Guide is now available to all owners of RedEye products in the United Kingdom.

RedEye users can now access the fully-integrated TV program guide using the RedEye universal remote ‘app’ on their iPhones, iPads or iPod Touches.

The colourful, hi-resolution channel guide includes information and program descriptions with details for all broadcast, satellite/cable networks and local stations for all major networks including Freesat, Freeview, NTL Digital, Sky, Topup, Virgin, their associate divisions and more.

RedEye products are distributed in the UK by Armour Home. Steve Adams, its product manager responsible for the brand stated: “This update makes RedEye the only customisable, universal remote control system with a fully-integrated channel guide in the UK. When used in conjunction with a RedEye Dock or RedEye Mini, selecting a TV program via the guide will simultaneously switch your TV and/or home cinema system as well.”

Mr Adams continued: “From the beginning, the focus of RedEye has been to develop a universal remote solution that not only controls, but also enhances the media consumption experience. The channel guide is an important first step, which it wants to provide to as many of our customers as possible.”

www.thinkflood.com

 

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