Dial into live TV on your smartphone with Dyle
According to The Verge, Dyle demonstrated the reception over a Samsung reference device at CES 2012 and the picture, while not always reliable, was "bright and clear". But unlike the current streaming videos you watch on your smartphone, using the Dyle system won't count against your monthly data allowance. A Wi-Fi or cellular connection is not required. As long as you can put up with some commercials, you will be able to catch sitcoms, sports news and even novelas on your phone.
source: TheVerge via Geek
2. jasongohjr (Posts: 75; Member since: 26 Sep 2011)
I think anyone can juz buy the app and the tuner from shop that sell it... Coz it does not uses data connection.
3. iami67 (Posts: 318; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)
Looks like its going to be garbage. I can see it now needing to plug some big adapter in your phone only to have no tv signal everywhere you go. Nothing thats pics up atenna tv works now why will it on a cell. Just get slingbox. And if your worried bout data use wifi.
4. tempechance (Posts: 1; Member since: 19 Dec 2013)
You can get antenna TV...by Federal law it must be broadcast. I live OFF GRID..I watch it every night. I get 40 channels. I live in the desert between Tucson and Phoenix. Fedex and UPS wont deliver but my antenna does..the trick is an HD antenna.