WD TV Remote

WD TV Remote


Turn your smartphone into a touch-screen remote for your WD TV® Live Hub™, WD TV Live™ or WD TV Play™ media player.

Control your WD TV experience with the tap of a soft key or the swipe of a finger using the WD TV Remote™ app. Simply launch the app on your Android™ mobile device and instantly take control of any WD TV Live Hub, WD TV Live or WD TV Play that is connected on the same network.

Key Features:
• Control your WD TV from anywhere in your house using your wireless network

• Get one-touch access to launch any online service available on your WD TV

• Enter text using your Android smartphone or tablet keyboard

• Use the gesture pad for quick and easy navigation

• Connect multiple Android mobile devices with the WD TV Remote app and conveniently play multiplayer games

Minimum Requirements:
• Android device running mobile operating system version 4.0 or higher

• WD TV Live Hub media center, WD TV Live or WD TV Play media player with the latest firmware.

• WD TV Live Plus with firmware version 1.06.42 or later and WD TV Live HD media player with firmware version 1.06.43 or later.

• Wireless access to your WD TV media player on your network (Your media player may be connected to your network via Ethernet port or wirelessly)

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Recent changes:
• WD TV Remote is now optimized for your Android tablet
• Updated look and feel
• Support for the new WD TV media player
• Bug fixes
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3.3
User ratings
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Installs
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File size
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About WD TV Remote
Turn your smartphone into a touch-screen remote for your WD TV® Live Hub™, WD TV Live™ or WD TV Play™ media player.

Control your WD TV experience with the tap of a soft key or the swipe of a finger using the WD TV Remote™ app. Simply launch the app on your Android™ mobile device and instantly take control of any WD TV Live Hub, WD TV Live or WD TV Play that is connected on the same network.

Key Features:
• Control your WD TV from anywhere in your house using your wireless network

• Get one-touch access to launch any online service available on your WD TV

• Enter text using your Android smartphone or tablet keyboard

• Use the gesture pad for quick and easy navigation

• Connect multiple Android mobile devices with the WD TV Remote app and conveniently play multiplayer games

Minimum Requirements:
• Android device running mobile operating system version 4.0 or higher

• WD TV Live Hub media center, WD TV Live or WD TV Play media player with the latest firmware.

• WD TV Live Plus with firmware version 1.06.42 or later and WD TV Live HD media player with firmware version 1.06.43 or later.

• Wireless access to your WD TV media player on your network (Your media player may be connected to your network via Ethernet port or wirelessly)

Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WesternDigital
Follow us on Twitter: @WesternDigital

Recent changes:
• WD TV Remote is now optimized for your Android tablet
• Updated look and feel
• Support for the new WD TV media player
• Bug fixes

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User reviews of WD TV Remote
I have multiple WD Live units. Renamed them so I knew which was which. WD TV Remote can't handle that. Can't find the devices and has no way of adding them. WD TV Remote is useless.
May 28, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
14 hours ago
Awesome Latest update increased usability by leaps and bounds.
A Google User
Monday 12:39 AM
Not good
A Google User
Sunday 2:27 PM
wheels Keep On Turning Installed, opened, clicked on select device and all that happened was the little wheel just turned and turned...sigh
A Google User
Sunday 2:42 AM
Worst update ever. I'm not sure what the QA process is over at WD, but this app went from ok and usable to almost the worst app I've ever used. The swipe controls are the worst I've ever experienced . Seriously, if you haven't updated, don't. Disappointing is an understatement.
A Google User
Saturday 9:32 PM
New Swype is just bad