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Tablo DVR Owners Now Have Access to New Advanced Recording Features

Today Nuvyyo, the company behind Tablo DVRs, is rolling out a massive update with new advanced DVR features.

With this update, Tablo DVR owners will be able start a recording up to 10 minutes early and let it run up to 3 hours beyond the program’s scheduled end time. This allows Tablo DVR owners to never miss the end of the big game or what happens after the game.

You have been able to protect recordings now from auto delete allowing your Tablo to free up space but still protect the shows and movies you want. Now you can tell Tablo to keep a select number of episodes for each show. For example, if you record the evening news you can tell Tablo to only keep two episodes to avoid filling up your DVR.

Finally, you can now pick what channel you want to record your show on. Now that many shows air on multiple networks you can say, for example, only record a show from Fox even if it re-airs on The CW. This gives Tablo DVR owners great control over what they record.

“Industry experts have already singled Tablo out as the best OTA DVR for most cord cutters, yet we remain focused on making our Tablo app experience even better through performance and feature-set improvements,” said Grant Hall, CEO at Nuvyyo. “With these powerful advanced recording features, we believe Tablo now offers best mix of feature set, ease-of-use, and cross-device support of any antenna DVR solution.”

Once updated to the latest firmware (2.2.18), owners of Tablo 2-Tuner, Tablo 4-Tuner, and Tablo DUAL 64GB OTA DVRs can access advanced recording settings via the Tablo Channel on Roku and Tablo apps for Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, NVIDIA SHIELD TV, PC/MAC, and mobile devices. Over the coming months, these features will be made available on additional Tablo-supported devices and platforms including the Tablo DVR ENGINE for NVIDIA SHIELD TV.

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