Tablo is an Over-The-Air (OTA) DVR for Cord-Cutters using HDTV antennas to access broadcast TV signals.
Browse, record and stream live and recorded HDTV programs on any device, anytime, anywhere in the world — without the expense or commitment of cable or satellite contracts.
A Whole-Home-DVR and placeshifter combined, Tablo streams HDTV to all connected devices on your home network or anywhere you have internet.
One touch of Tablo's interface on your tablet and you'll never settle for a remote control again. It's visually rich and colorful, intuitively organized and easy to browse by genre, channel and time.
- Fix for incompatibility with older devices running iOS 9
- Fix for issue where Tablo Connect remote sessions would fail on mobile networks using IPV6
Ratings and Reviews
Mixed reviews depending our which device/iOS version
My wife's iPad mini with iOS 9.0.1 stopped working with the most recent update 1.6.2. I just see the blue header at the top and a blank white screen for the rest. My iPads running 10 or 12 work fine. Not sure what the issues is, have delete/restart/installed multiple times to no avail. Hopefully this will be resolved soon, but given the time between updates it will be awhile.
Couldn’t be happier.
I had very good local channel reception from my upstairs but nowhere else and was telling someone they needed to invent something to WiFi this signal to all my TVs. But that is what this does. And you can record programs. I just hooked up an old external hard drive so I have even more space. Works great as long as local channels are.
Nov 8th Update is Broken
OK...it turned out I think many problems were caused by our Tablo's hard drive being full. But the app still crashes on the 10.5" iPad Pros I have!
I don't use the app all that much but when I do it's for programming recordings and it works awesome for that.
So I was going to add some new shows and the app crashes...I'm unable to even open it on 2 iPad Pros 10.5".
On an iPad 5 (the newest regular one) the app opens but it can't connect to Tablo. It tells me this is because there was a problem establishing an authenticated session with my Tablo...due either to authentication or network connectivity issues. Since I'm not experiencing any network problems...it must be the authentication issue...which I have no idea how to fix.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.