Hilversum-based Dutch app developer Stoneroos has launched the Deutsche Glasfaser app for Android and iOS.
IBC 2012 – AMSTERDAM. Stand 14.552. Hilversum=based software and app developer has launched iFanzy, the first TV guide for the second screen on the iPad.
Dutch FTTH provider Glashart Media has launched the three Dutch SBS channels (SBS6, Net 5 and Veronica) and Disney XD, as live streams on iPads and Android tablet, bringing the total to 13 channels. The app was developed by Stoneroos of Hilversum.
Dutch based FTTH provider Glashart Media is launching live iPad streaming around the house to its TV customers. Using a TV app, developed by Hilversum-based Stoneroos Interactive, viewers can see ten live channels.
Dutch FTTH provider Glashart Media has launched a fully fledged iPad app for its subscribers offering all the functionality of the set-top. The new app, which was developed by Hilversum-based Stoneroos,
Holland’s largest newspaper De Telegraaf has launched an interactive TV app on the Glashart Media FTTH networks. The app provides a mix of news, background articles, pictures and videos.
Dutch based Stoneroos has developed the new user interface (UI) for FttH provider Glashart Media. The new TV menu looks much more attractive and has an integrated Electronic Program Guide (EPG) and Personal Video Recorder (PVR) functionality.
the Dutch service provider XMS, which delivers triple play services over FTTH networks, has said it will test a network storage with 100 customers. At the same time, the operator is introducing a set-top box with a PVR.