Description of App
Now you can watch your favorite shows and control your TV on the iPad® AND iPhone®!
Turn any room into a TV room*
- If you are a Time Warner Cable video subscriber, the FREE TWC TV™ app turns your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch into another TV screen and lets you watch selected live cable channels while in your home, through your wireless home network. Watch Bravo from your bedroom, take Food Network with you to the kitchen or catch up on CNBC news from the breakfast table.
Find your favorite shows
- Browse the interactive program guide with up to 7 days of TV listings
- Search for shows by title or episode name, and filter the results by genre
- Set favorite channels to create a personalized program guide
- View detailed program descriptions with color photos and cast information
Program your DVR or change channels from anywhere*
- Schedule one-time or series recordings and change settings on compatible DVRs
- Change channels using your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch and compatible DVR or cable box
TWC TV offers channel blocking. To learn how to activate parental controls, tap “settings," then parental control. To restrict all access to TWC TV, please remember to sign out by tapping “settings”, then sign out.
- Time Warner Cable video package at the Standard (Expanded Basic) level or higher
- Home WiFi connection for live TV playback (Customers without Time Warner Cable provided Internet service should contact customer care for setup assistance.)
- Time Warner Cable username and password
- iPad, iPhone (3GS, 4 or 4S), iPod Touch (3rd or 4th generation) with iOS 4.3 or higher
* Channels are subject to availability in your area and the video package to which you subscribe. Not all functions available in all areas. Navigator set-top box or DVR required; functionality for other set-top box models may vary by area.
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
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I have Time Warner Cable for TV. I only have the TV hooked to the cable line with no box, so I can't test the guide or DVR stuff. I have used it to listen to shows on demand, and at least searching for stuff, it has been reasonably accessible. You do often have to use landscape mode to get it off of live TV into on demand, but it gets the job done.
later versions of the Spectrum TV app have fixed a lot of the accessibility issues. The on-demand tab is a little bit difficult, but it is still usable. does anybody know how this app is on the Apple TV as far as accessibility and usability?