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Comcast Xfinity TV X1 Remote App for Android Now Supports Voice Commands

Comcast TV subscribers on the X1 platform should know the latest update to the Xfinity TV X1 Remote App for Android devices now supports voice commands. The version update, released on Dec. 19, lets you easily find TV and movie titles simply by tapping the mic icon and saying something like “find Mad Men.” You can also ask questions like “when are the Miami Heat playing,” or request all programming from a particular network be displayed by saying something like “show me all ABC shows.” The voice commands can also be even more specific, for example asking to “show me all ABC on demand.” The app requires Android version 4.0 or higher, and is available to download for free via the Google Play Store.

The Xfinity TV X1 Remote App is also available for Apple iOS devices, with the last update added on Sept. 23, 2013.


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