Video & TV SideView : Remote

Video & TV SideView : Remote

Package:
com.sony.tvsideview.phone
Downloads:
50M
Size:
37 MB
Requires Android:
5.1 and up
Updated:
Oct 5, 2020

Sony's TV remote control app Video&TV SideView will make your TV viewing experience more enjoyable. Using a smartphone or tablet, you can use the app as a TV remote control for the home. Key features. 1. Turn your smartphone and tablet into a quick remote controller.

Sony Home Entertainment & Sound Products Inc. is the developer of this application which can be found in the Video Players & Editors category. The most recent update of Video & TV SideView was released on Oct 5, 2020 and the app has been set up by over 50M users. The tool is suitable for users aged 14 and older, people rated it 3.9 on Google Play.

Adverts are a part of this application. The app is very popular among Sony and Samsung users. A free .apk installation package of Video & TV SideView 4.7.0 is available from Droid Informer and you can check out users' reviews on this site. Prepare 28 MB of free space on your device for this app installer and take into account that it works fine on Android 5.1 and above.

According to the antivirus report, the app doesn't contain viruses or any kind of malware.

In users’ view, you can find a good UI, full functionality, good performance and constant updates among the pluses of this application. Some users say that you can find such disadvantages of the tool as connection issues, full-screen ads, unwanted notifications, a massive battery drain and poor support.

Permissions required by Video & TV SideView : Remote v. 4.7.0

Commonly used:
  • Save files to external storage
  • Access data stored on external storage
  • Prevent device from going to sleep

Comments

AB
AB - 5 years ago

Unintelligible user interface. The screen is full of stuff I am not interested in (i.e. a load of icons for "things you might like") and impossible to find the remote control.
Just rubbish.
YouView is a much better app.

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Carlos Chavez
Carlos Chavez - 6 years ago

1 – One of my frustrations with the Sony KDL-70W850B is the lack of a qwerty input device. So I was expecting to be able to use the ‘droid keyboard for text entry. Wrong. I tried to set up my Amazon Instant Video account. The username seemed like a logical place to press the keyboard icon in the Sideview app. I got a message saying that I was not on a text input area so I had to use the directional keys to enter my username and password. Then I attempted to enter some search text. This time not even the courtesy of a message, repeated taps on the ‘droid were ignored.

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