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Wednesday, 02 April 2014 08:18

Microsoft starts to roll out OneGuide in UK

Written by David Stellmack

Only select UK users to start with

After a long wait, Xbox One owners in the UK will finally be starting to take advantage of the advanced TV features of the Xbox One as Microsoft has started rolling out the OneGuide in the UK. Select users in the UK will be able to take advantage of it as the company continues to roll it out. The current plan is to have OneGuide rolled out in the entire UK in the coming months. Only those users in the UK that signed up with the preview program are going to be able to take advantage of the OneGuide launch in the UK.

The launch of the OneGuide to preview program members appears to be more of a beta thing that one might think as Microsoft has admitted that they will be taking the feedback that the get from these users and incorporating this feedback into the UK full release of OneGuide.

Users in Canada, France, Italy, Spain and Germany who have also registered with the preview program will also apparently be able to start using and testing their localized version of OneGuide in the weeks ahead. The plan is to roll OneGuide in these countries as well at some point in the near future after getting feedback from those in the Preview Program.

Also, updates to SmartGlass will allow for both TV and DVR control if you have everything configured correctly.

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