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Comcast Kicks off 2014 with X1 Remote App for Android

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If carving out more downtime or catching up with your favorite team or TV show is a resolution this year (and let’s face it, most people don’t spend enough time relaxing!) then Comcast customers are in luck.

Comcast has just announced the Xfinity TV X1 Remote App for Android users who now can use their phones or personal devices to make keeping up with everyone from Jon Snow to John Fox easier than ever. With the X1 Remote App, customers can:

Search for a show If you can say "find Game of Thrones" then you can just as easily see when it's on airing live, what episodes are On Demand, and what you've recorded - all in the same place. The same goes for all of your favorite shows and programming.

Navigate sports coverage If you don’t know when your team is playing or need to plan your Sunday around when the best games are taking place, just ask the X1 App for a full sports schedule.

Find answers To view all content from a particular network or section, just say "show me all NBC On Demand” to catch up on other favorite shows and set recordings for future episodes. This is sure to be useful for catching favorite Winter Olympics events.

To learn more about the X1 Remote App for Android, click here.

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