Mohu’s upcoming AirWave cord cutting solution is Apple TV and iOS compatible

Mohu has launched Mohu AirWave, a wireless, over-the-air (OTA) and over-the-top (OTT) device that integrates live, local broadcast TV with free streaming channels across streaming devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Android, iOS and more. 

Launching initially as an exclusive at Best Buy in late spring for US$149.99, AirWave was built to give cord cutters open, simple and complete wireless access to the live TV and streaming content they enjoy, all in one place and with no monthly fees, according to Mark Buff, founder and CEO of Mohu. He adds that, as the number of people who cut the cord on cable continues to rise, Mohu created AirWave for consumers who are looking to have complete access to free live broadcast networks, which are available through an OTA antenna, as well as the over-the-top video content they crave.

AirWave wirelessly connects to the Mohu TV application (available for free across all compatible devices), which allows users to channel up and down through live broadcast content and free streaming content in a familiar, cable-like TV guide. The device combines live, local channels with streaming video in a cable-like program guide, complete with program descriptions, ability to select favorite channels, and view up to 14 days of upcoming content.

No coax is needed. Users can set up AirWave anywhere in a home where there is an Internet connection. Once set up, you can watch TV across your favorite connected devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, iOS, Android and the web.

ClearPix Technology — proprietary, dynamic pixelation reduction technology -- automatically adjusts to improve image reception of over-the-air broadcasts.

“We are at the crest of the cord cutting revolution, says Buff. "Pay TV is broken. AirWave is our attempt to reinvent the TV viewing experience by offering consumers flexibility, convenience and choice. With Free TV Everywhere, you can watch what you want, how you want and with no monthly fees.”