Nintendo Launches Wii U TVii Service
It seems like Nintendo is serious about pushing the Wii U as the perfect entertainment center, as they are not content with just allowing the Wii U gamepad to control the TV and cable box – they have also launched something called TVii, which basically puts the Wii U owners’ current satellite, cable, and on demand services in a single place. According to Nintendo, this will empower Wii U owners to focus on what they want to watch instead of “how” they want to watch.
TVii also integrates social features like the Miiverse, Facebook, and Twitter for those who want to seamlessly share what they’re currently watching on social network sites.
TVii is available now, but only in the US and Canada. It also provides support for Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, and they are planning to integrate other services like Netflix and TiVo in the future. Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Instant can also be accessed via their own individual apps.
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