Not bad Yes it makes you phone a remote but for 99 cents you can have access to the TV guide, making it a super remote. I stay at a Marriott in Toronto, and now I know what's on and I can select that channel. No more channel surfing...
Wrong information. Do not buy inapp The 'free' remote gives you basic tv functionality. However, its pretty useless versus just a regular remote control. The remote then offers you a $1 upgrade ability to the smart control. It's suppose to basically give you the tv guide (what's playing on what channel). That should have been included from the beggining. But the unforgivable part is that the information is just blatently wrong and random. Nothing matched up. Read the other reviews. The app just doesn't work like it should. Don't download.
Paid $.99 and got no menu Rarely I find the mobile icon in the hotel to link. I decide to pay $.99 as it was available. The menu for channels in free version was working, now I have just a twirling icon. I paid $.99 before a couple years ago and I believe it was lifetime, so now I am being robbed twice.
Looks like Holiday Inn Express is moving away from LodgeNet. You may want to move to Peel and select DirectTV as the provider. Then enjoy updating the channels available and reassigning channel numbers. It really is a pain now. On the plus side, You can adjust TV options like input and watch Hulu through ChromeCast.
Not a fan Since when do you have to pay for channel listings? This app uses the power of technology for greed. Not the .99 that bothers me as much as the concept of finding more ways to suck money from people for something that's been free for decades. Shame on Westin for using this.
Staying at a Red Roof Plus. Installed on the Galaxy tab 3. Guide looks nothing like screen shots. It's grey, only displays 30 minutes at a time, which effects the listings (described below). The developer states, info is provided by a 3rd party, but i don't see how that has anything to do with the color and layout. The layout looks nothing like the pictures here. Programs are listed in 30 minute intervals and if it happens to end a couple minutes beyond the 30 minute interval, it's listed that entire time(ex: show ends at 3:01, guide lists it from 3:00-3:30). This prevents you from seeing what's actually on. Half the time, channels display TBA. The tiny info button (the size of a freckle) is so hard to tap, that I'm changing channels, interrupting the viewed program. Paid the 99¢, but now I'm regretting it.
- Back button changes
- Bug fixes
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