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SmartGlass on iPhone and iPad can now control your TV through your Xbox One

The SmartGlass app for iPhone and iPad allows users to remotely control their Xbox One from their phone, and with the latest update, you can do a lot more. TV and App Channels are now showcased in an easy-to-access OneGuide page. You can also manually cruise through your TV channels if you have service now. Twitch integration helps you discover live streaming gameplay through SmartGlass. An array of smaller tweaks, such as achievement comparisons, new notification options, and an overall Home screen change round out a pretty beefy update.

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Send YouTube videos to your Xbox One from your iPhone or iPad

It's almost zero hour for excited folks who've got an Xbox One on order, and as the reviews of Microsofts latest console start to hit the web, a couple details have emerged regarding the YouTube app. There is one present on the Xbox One, and according to Jon Fingas at Engadget there's an amount of integration with your iOS device as well:

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Microsoft launches Xbox One Smartglass for iOS ahead of launch day

If you're eagerly awaiting the arrival of a shiny new Xbox One on November 22, you'll no doubt be wanting the all new Smartglass app for your iPhone or iPad. Released today, Smartglass for Xbox One is a completely new and separate application to the existing Xbox 360 app.

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Xbox One will also let you buy games from your iPhone and download them remotely

A few days back we picked up on a story where a Sony PlayStation executive confirmed you'd be able to buy games from your smartphone through the companion mobile app, and have them remotely download for you at home. Xbox One will also have a companion app, and Marc Whitten from Xbox has weighed in and confirmed a similar feature for Microsoft's next console via his Twitter account:

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Vector 1: John Siracusa and the Xbox One

Join John Siracusa, Guy English, and Rene Ritchie as they talk all about the just-announced Xbox One, how it compares to the kinda-announced PS4, the perplexing Wii U, and what's left for Google and Apple in the TV space.

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Is the Xbox One the Apple TV we've been waiting for?

Microsoft's Xbox One, unveiled Tuesday at a special event in Redmond, looks to blur the line between gaming and other forms of entertainment like watching TV. Watching Microsoft demonstrate the capabilities of the new system gave me a sense of déjà vu, because a lot of what Microsoft showed are features that pundits and bloggers would love to see from the heretofore mythical Apple television.

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