Ooredoo Qatar upgrades Mozaic GO app

Users will be able to set and record programmes directly from their mobile
Ooredoo Qatar upgrades Mozaic GO app


Ooredoo has upgraded its Mozaic GO app to enable customers to turn their mobile phone or tablet into an advanced TV remote control. The new feature will launch for the public in the coming days.

The feature will give customers the ability to browse the TV listings and Mozaic movies catalogue on their mobile, without disturbing the on-screen entertainment.

Users will be able to set and record programmes for later viewing, directly from their mobile, offering incredible convenience and an enhanced entertainment experience. They can preview live channels on their device, before they select it on the TV – the first time such a feature has been available in the region. If a programme is playing while they are away from home, they can use their smart device to set their Mozaic TV to record.

Waleed Al Sayed, chief operating officer at Ooredoo Qatar, said: “We have promised the people of Qatar that Ooredoo will continue to introduce new and exciting technology that will actively enrich their lives. With this new Mozaic upgrade, we are bringing space-age solutions into people’s homes, letting them fully control their entertainment options directly from their mobile phones.”

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