Optus TV with Fetch

Optus TV with Fetch

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

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Optus TV with Fetch is an Internet TV service designed with ‘YOU’ in mind.

It redefines the conventional TV viewing experience by giving you the control to choose what you want to watch, to decide when you want to watch it and to pay for what you watch.

Features include:

- Browse and search the Optus TV with Fetch catalogue
- Watch movie trailers on your iPhone and iPad
- Browse and search the 7 day TV guide and setup a reminder
- Post comments about what you’re watching on Facebook or Twitter

Pair a compatible device with your Optus TV with Fetch set-top box to:
- Use it at home as a remote: ‘Tap to play’ a recording, on demand movie or TV show on your TV .
- Change channels , and adjust the volume.
- Schedule, browse and manage recordings on your set top box while out and about.
- Watch content on your device within Australia, including Movie box movies, selected subscription channels, and the ‘Movie Now Showing’ trailer channel.

For device requirements, please refer to : http://www.optus.com.au/optustv and link to the App User Guide. Some content is only available by subscription. Not all subscription channels or programs can be watched via the app.

For the best experience we recommend using your home Wi-Fi network connection, and a mobile internet connection with an effective bandwidth of at least 330 Kbps when you’re out and about. Data use on a WiFi network that is powered by an Optus fixed broadband connection is unmetered. Data used over other internet connections may be metered, and you should check with your mobile provider or ISP for applicable data rates.

Instructions for connecting the Optus TV Remote app with your Optus TV set-top box (pairing):
• Please be at home with your TV on and your set-top box turned on
• From the Home screen menu, go to Settings > Manage > Mobile & Tablet
• Follow the on screen messages to setup your initial connection

- You should only need to connect to your set-top box once, however if for some reason you lose your connection, just run the setup process again.

For further support with the Optus TV Remote app go to: http://www.optus.com.au/optustv

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Recently changed in this version

Stability and performance improvements
Contextual remote availability
Watch the Movies Now Showing trailer channel
Watch Movie Box titles
Watch Live on selected subscription channels


Comments and ratings for Optus TV with Fetch
  • (66 stars)

    by Dean weily on 30/03/2014

    Drops out or doesnt connect , just ends up frustration . If it improves will review again

  • (66 stars)

    by Mossberg Danny on 24/03/2014

    First time set up and running smoothly in a second ... no dramas.

  • (66 stars)

    by Naomi Thompson on 19/03/2014

    I was hoping to catch some free to air channels that were live but found none offered or even old content from them. Not cool at all. App might be free but it's pretty much a pay for everything after download. Missing some free to air channels means you'l

  • (66 stars)

    by Anthony G on 09/03/2014

    Hardly ever connects. Won't refresh. Times out constantly....with message 'try later'.

  • (66 stars)

    by Brett Harper on 08/03/2014

    Very cool to be able to schedule tv shows remotely and even view recorded shows on the go. BUT, it would be great if the app did have a landscape view for the menus :(

  • (66 stars)

    by Joe Gubbay on 21/02/2014

    When it works it's handy but it is too difficult & buggy to pair, & is unreliable. Takes much too long to process requests which often time out with mysterious error messages.

  • (66 stars)

    by Brad Purton on 14/01/2014

    but worth the wait. Is much faster than previous version and being able to watch content on your device is fantastic, again long overdue. Shame you can not watch recorded content or hired movies on your device, but hey it is a step in the right direct. Bi