Introducing the NoCable iOS App

Get the ultimate Over-the-Air TV companion with NoCable's official Apple iOS app!

Get the ultimate Over-the-Air TV companion with NoCable’s official iOS app! We’ve developed this app – along with our Alexa Skill – after asking the community what they wanted (read: needed) in an app that will help them, and others cut the cord. We aim to make TV simple again with a feature packed app that features a broadcast TV listing and schedule brought to you through our exclusive partnership with Tivo. Yeah, that Tivo. This app will help you replace the TV guide app that you’ve grown accustomed to having with your Cable TV or Satellite provider.

Cutting the Cord has seriously never been this easy!

The NoCable app also assists you with setting up your over-the-air (OTA) TV antenna with compass directions, troubleshooting tips and installation documents. NoCable does it all for you inside this app: recommends, installs and troubleshoots the setup of an over-the-air TV antenna with data that is specific to your home’s location.

Finally, with this app, you also get cord-cutting specific news from across the web anywhere, anytime.

NoCable has long been a leader in the cable TV cord-cutting movement, but with this app we are expanding further than even we thought possible at first. Since our inception in 2015, we have helped thousands of people across the US ditch their high cable TV bills and switch to a more cost-effective method of getting their local broadcast channels.

As of this writing, our iOS app is available for immediate download and our Android app is maybe a week away (we still have some bugs to work out).

I want to ask our community of enthusiasts to download, critique and most importantly – review this app on iTunes. If you have suggestions on how we can make this app better, do not hesitate to either leave a comment below, or shoot us an email. We would be thrilled to talk to you about how we can update this app to suit your needs for now and into the future.

App Features

  • Determine the free local TV channels will are available with a TV antenna
  • TV antenna recommendations for your location
  • TV antenna installation & troubleshooting instructions
  • Daily broadcast TV guide schedule for your area
  • Important news feed about cord cutting and streaming options
Chris Cagle


Article Author

Chris and his wife started NoCable back in 2015 because they wanted to cut the cord, but there were no resources that provided exactly what they needed.

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