Surfing through the top 10 pay TV provider apps

"TV Anywhere" is one of those somewhat-nebulous industry buzzwords that gets thrown around a great deal, but it actually is possible to watch TV from pretty much anywhere these days on smartphones and tablets. For example, in addition to becoming available on the iPad and iPhone as well as Android devices, Time Warner Cable's TWC TV debuted this year on connected TVs from Samsung Electronics and Roku's streaming video set-tops. Time Warner Cable was also one of the first pay TV providers to launch an app on Microsoft's Xbox 360, allowing subscribers with Kinect cameras to navigate programming with voice commands and hand gestures. How do all of the apps that let you watch TV anywhere stack up? Find out in FierceCable's list of the top 10 pay TV provider apps.


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