DISH Launches New Remote App That Allows Businesses to Control Multiple TVs

DISH today launched DISH OnePoint, an interactive app that gives business owners the ability to control multiple televisions from one interface using iPad and Android tablets. Users can use the DISH OnePoint remote app to efficiently manage large entertainment systems at properties installed with DISH set-top boxes, like sports bars, restaurants, fitness centers and waiting rooms.

DISH OnePoint offers users these features:

  • Single interface – Control all TVs connected to the property’s network via a single app, eliminating the need for multiple remotes.
  • Custom groups – Rename individual receivers and create custom groups to easily control a single TV, a group of TVs or the entire entertainment system.
  • Favorites – Indicate favorite channels or categories in the interactive guide for efficient channel changes across individual or groups of TVs.
  • Interactive guide & search – Search for content in the interactive guide without interrupting the current program. Filter content by pre-selected favorites or genre, including sports, movies and shows.

DISH OnePoint is available at no additional cost on iPad (iOS v10 and up) and Android tablets (v6.0 and up). The app is compatible with Wally, DISH’s set-top box for businesses, as well as Hopper (all generations) and Joey (all models) receivers, when connected to the internet. Support for Hopper Duo coming soon.

Here are the details.

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