We have been working with Microsoft and the XBox team to get the HDHomeRun app to XBox One. The HDHomeRun app was published a short while ago and will be available through the app store on the XBox in the next 24 hours.
Both the XBox One Media Remote and the game controller are supported.
Windows 10 Phone
Earlier this month we released support for Windows 10 Phone through the app store. You can now use your Windows 10 Phone to watch live TV, discover new shows, schedule recordings, and watch everything recorded.
To install or upgrade click here, or search for HDHomeRun in the app store. The latest release is 220.127.116.11.
Windows 10 Desktop
Today marks the 43rd release of the HDHomeRun Windows 10 app through the app store. Keyboard media keys and the on-screen-display media controls are now supported, along with a number of important playback improvements.
To install or upgrade click here, or search for HDHomeRun in the app store. The latest release is 18.104.22.168 and is now simply named HDHomeRun (previously HDHomeRun VIEW).
In July we released the new HDHomeRun app for Mac with DVR support. This is a major milestone for Mac - you can now use your Mac as a DVR.
The latest August release has a number of bug fixes and performance improvements - you can download the latest release here.
Android & Android TV
The HDHomeRun app for Android is now available through the Google app-testing program here. The latest releases add Live Channels support for watching Live TV through the Google Live Channels app.
2016 model Sony TVs with Android TV are now supported. We expect the 2015 model Sony TVs with Android TV to be supported in the near future with a firmware update for the TV.
We are working hard verifying compatibility across devices and completing the finishing work needed to release on the app store. We are targeting app store availability end of this month (2 weeks). Feedback welcome - please post a thread on our forum.
In June we released support for accessing the HDHomeRun DVR direct on a Samsung 2016 smart TV using the UPnP RUI protocol. A few weeks ago Samsung pushed a firmware update to the TVs that disabled the RUI feature.
We are in contact with the right people at Samsung and are working to encourage a positive solution.
Remaining Critical Features
The two critical features that remain under development are Pause/FF/RW of live TV and support for protected channels.
Goal is to have Pause/FF/RW of live TV released end of this month (2 weeks).
Support for protected content is an ongoing time-consuming headache which we are making progress on.
Staying up to date
As always, the latest information can be found on our support forums here. Feedback helps - please start a new thread and let us know what is working and what isn't.
If you like the Windows 10 app please consider writing a quick review on the Windows app store. Every positive review helps.
Things are coming together.