TwoFourTwo has been released for Android.
It features a large DVR cabinet with a variety of storage options, as well as an audio/video recorder and remote control.
The DVR release cabinet is similar to the ones we’ve seen on the DVR for Apple TV and Google Chromecast.
The DVR comes with two USB cables, and a remote.
The remote can be placed on the top of the cabinet or in the bottom, so it’s more secure.
As with the Google Chromecast and Apple TV DVRs, you can sync up your DVR recordings to your cloud account, so you don’t have to manually sync your recordings.
It’s a bit pricey, though, at $399 for the two cables, but it’s not that expensive for what it offers.
FourFourTwo is a free app that offers free DVR streaming, but you need to purchase the app in order to stream.
DVR for Android also has support for iOS and Android.
You can buy the app from the Google Play Store, but FourFourOne is free and can be downloaded for free from Apple’s App Store.