The next time you want to watch a TV show in your area, you need a device that can help you navigate.
That’s the gist of a new app that has the potential to be a game changer.
The app is called TVStationBunker.
It’s a new kind of device for remote viewing, similar to Google’s Google TV or Roku.
It doesn’t just stream content but also controls it.
It can turn your smartphone into a remote, or use your phone’s camera to take pictures, and it lets you set the time and date of a show you want.
The idea behind the app is to make remote viewing easier and more affordable, and to make it easy for consumers to discover new shows and shows to watch.
It also aims to make TV shows accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds, and even people who aren’t interested in learning about programming.
The project began in 2013 when the co-founders, Rabbi David Harel and Tal Gilad, were looking for a way to make their own digital video app that could be easily downloaded and used by people who didn’t already have an app on their phone.
It was already very popular, with more than 80 million downloads and counting.
Gilad said the idea was born out of an old joke, “When is the next movie coming out?,” he said.
“And what’s going to happen?
When it comes out, what’s the new movie?””
And what if we made a movie, and when people get excited, we make a movie that has a lot of cool new things to talk about,” Gilad said.
The founders decided to take their app for a spin and put it on the Apple App Store.
It quickly went viral, and has received millions of downloads since.
It even spawned a series of related apps for smartphones and tablets, including one called the TVStation Bunker, which lets you play and watch live television with a smartphone.
“When people get really excited about something, they just want to get more of it,” GilAD said.
The app has also attracted some big name developers like Sony and Sony Pictures Television, and its developers have been working to make the app even better over time.
“They’ve gotten better and better,” Gilads said.
In addition to a wide array of programming, the app includes a curated list of news and other videos.
It has a search engine, which includes some basic search terms like “NBC Nightly News,” “CBS Evening News,” and “CBS News,” as well as advanced search terms.
There’s also a list of local news programs and local sports, and a map that allows you to sort by city, county, state, or country.
The creators of the app also are working to improve it.
One of the biggest improvements they’ve made is a redesign of the interface that they hope will make it easier for people to navigate.
“The app’s got this new grid that’s all different shades of gray, which we like,” Giladi said.
He said it’s “really nice to have that grid with this color palette that we’ve had.”
Gilad and Harel are hoping the app will attract more attention from potential partners, but it’s not yet clear whether they’ll be able to make a profit on it.
“We are in the early stages of the development phase,” GilAd said.
Harel said they hope to get it off the ground as soon as possible.
The TVStation bunker app also offers a few other benefits over its competitor, like its ability to search by region, or by language.
But the app still doesn’t offer many of the other features that a TV app can, like local news, or a video feed, or even a podcast.
The only way for users to watch local news is via a smartphone app, and the app doesn’t include a podcasting option.
The creators of this app said they are hoping to add this feature in the future.
But while the app has attracted plenty of attention, it’s far from a commercial success.
“The TV station bunker app was never intended to be an overnight hit,” Gilada said.
“I think it’s been very hard to monetize it,” Harel added.
“It’s been difficult to get advertisers to spend money on this app.”
He also said they have a lot to learn about the app’s launch strategy.
“It’s not a game-changer,” Haidar said.
But he also said the app could be very useful in the long run.
“What if this app could help people find their local CBS news or a local sports news?”
“We’re definitely going to learn a lot from this,” Giladin said.