HTC HD7S to get U-verse application

HTC HD7S to get U-verse application
The Windows Phone 7 powered HTC HD7S for AT&T is officially going to get the U-verse application which will bring more than 100 TV series directly to the device for existing U-verse television subscribers.

The television programs that will be available to subscribers come from some very popular channels such as The Food Network, ABC, ESPN, The Disney Channel and Cartoon Network. AT&T said that over 700 episodes will be available to watch directly on the device itself.

Outside of mobile television viewing, subscribers will also have the ability to manage their DVR. They will be able to set recordings using the applications built-in programming guide and can cancel recordings if they so choose.

Other Windows Phone 7 devices for AT&T, such as the Samsung Focus, already came with the U-verse application pre-loaded. The HTC HD7S is part of an expansion that may find its way to other smartphones along the line as well. Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: WMPoweruser

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  • Camera 5 MP
  • Storage 16 GB
  • Battery 1230 mAh(4.50h talk time)


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1. Jasons132 unregistered

U-verse has done a good job in making their app. DVR scheduling, streaming of shows that U-verse allows, which is the real downside to it, what if you favorite show that you missed isn’t in there list? I think out of 700 shows your favorite might not be in there. Working at DISH I keep up on the industry to see what all the providers are doing, because everyone has their own idea and their own concept on TV Everywhere. I still will stick with my 722k and my sling adapter, it allows me to stream all my recorded shows, as well as every live subscribed channel I have to my mobile device no matter where I am, on 3G, 4G or wireless.

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