Romance. Right at your fingertips.
Whether it's staring lovingly into each other's eyes, or streaming a movie so you can stare lovingly into your favorite actor's eyes, TiVo can help you dial up the romance in your relationship.
In addition to recording all your favorite TV shows on cable, the TiVo Premiere DVR lets you watch movies from Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.* You can even stream your favorite slow jams on Pandora internet radio. All with one device. And all on your HDTV.
According to a recent survey**, more than 72% of TiVo respondents said that bringing home the device has improved the romance in their relationships. Here's further proof on how the most advanced DVR ever built brings couples together.
TiVo time can be quality time
86% of TiVo users spend at least an hour a night with their significant others, as opposed to 75% of non-TiVo respondents. (Maybe it's because they're too busy arguing).
The box of love
72% of TiVo respondents claimed that bringing home the device has improved the romance in their homes. And 5% of the respondents even said that it's improved their sex life. We'd go further into detail, but then we'd just be gossiping.
Staying in is the new going out
A romantic night in ranks only second to dining out, and 71% of TiVo respondents classify a night in as romantic quality time. So why waste a lot of money dining at Le Fanci' Schmancy when a bowl of popcorn and TiVo will do just fine?
Sports come with more kisses
Over half of TiVo respondents would pause their favorite dramas for a kiss from their partners. Shockingly, a third of them would even call a timeout during their favorite game in order to score a smooch for the home team.
* Broadband internet connection required. Additional third party fees may apply.
** TiVo's "TiVo Turn on the Love" Survey, conducted March, 2011.
Useful tips for love in
the digital age
Greg Behrendt is a lifelong standup comedian who surprisingly became the bestselling co-author of the inescapable "He's Just Not That Into You" which was made into a hit movie. Greg gives these tips for how technology can help, not hurt, your relationship:
Disconnect to reconnect with your partner.There is nothing wrong with checking your smart phone in your spare time, but when it butts into your dinner date or intimate moments it's becoming a problem. Discuss your relationship phone policy so there are no miscommunications half way through the night.
Timing is everything.In a good relationship, you know your partner is always thinking about ways to be considerate and score points in your relationship. If your honey is bummed because they will be missing their favorite show, have their program recorded and ready to watch when they get home. Add some popcorn, and you've used a DVR to change their day from bad to good without paying a cent.
Old can be as good (or even better!) than new.When planning a date night in, don't just search the new releases for movies that your guy or gal might like. Think about their favorite classic movie, actor, or even better turn them on to something that had a big effect on you. Use TiVo Collections to show someone your unique interests and find niche classics they'll love.
Yours, mine & ours.With any relationship, you each have your own favorites when it comes to music, television or movie preferences. If your significant other loves "Grey's Anatomy" and you can't miss a Lakers game, TiVo helps you find a middle ground to build a collection of both your favorites. This way no one misses what they want to watch and both parties are happy.
Spontaneity and fluidity are key.In any relationship it's important to remain spontaneous and change up daily plans at a moment's notice. TiVo allows you to go with the flow and watch the events and sports games when you get back, putting your partner's needs first.
Sometimes a song says it best.Take out or a home cooked meal can take an evening from average to special. Just a few clicks of the TiVo remote provides access to 800,000 songs on Pandora so let the music do the talking.