Aside from a few gripes about new and missing features (Discover, Edit Channels and the Action Panel should return eventually), a number of users also noticed something else. I don’t want to see Talk Talk TV logos when I don’t subscribe to their service.Owners of the generic retail You View boxes are now seeing a lot more of the BT TV and Talk Talk TV logos than before (these were initially present, but much less noticeable). ”You View Customer ‘Steve D’ said: “The update (which didn’t request permission before it installed) boasts an improved user experience, but actually appears to do more harm to UX than good. The new picture-driven Recorded list is almost unusable.”You View Customer ‘James’ said: “I hate this update!
Increasing the stability of the Wi Fi connection, the update now ensures that it is restored quickly and automatically should the broadband link become disconnected for any reason.While this multi-platform approach remains a work in progress, it’s not a stretch to imagine a You View app that allows you to watch your recordings while out and about – the trick being that your programmes are streamed directly from the cloud rather than a physical library.You View also says that it’ll be able to implement updates more smoothly.You View was the first hybrid over-the-air/internet delivered TV service to launch in the UK.What Freeview Play has only just started to do, You View was pioneering back in 2012, and as its rivals play catch-up, You View is in the process of rolling out a massive update that fundamentally changes the look and feel of its service.