stayconnect® mobile

stayconnect® mobile

By SONIFI Solutions, Inc.

  • App Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2011-12-19
  • Current Version: 5.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 23.69 MB
  • Developer: SONIFI Solutions, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
App Ratings: 3
Based on 404 Reviews

stayconnect® mobile App Description

Use stayconnect every time you travel to pair your mobile device with your hotel room TV. By using the code found on your TV’s main menu and connecting your device, you’ll able to:
 - Power the TV on and off - Control and mute the volume of the TV - Change channels and browse the lineup with the included channel list. Upgrade your experience with an in-app purchase of the program guide for $0.99 for a full year (program data is licensed from a 3rd party) - Browse still in theater movies, rent them from your mobile device and watch on the hotel room TV - Control your rented TV content with the enhanced playback controls - Find out more information about your hotel and its services - Request housekeeping, room service, and more * Functionality supported by this app is dependent on the hotel and type of content. All services not available in all hotels, exclusions apply. stayconnect is Compatible in over 600,000 hotel rooms across the U.S. and in the most popular brands - Hilton, Embassy Suites, Doubletree, Hampton Inn, Homewood Suites, Sheraton, W Hotels, Westin, Marriott, Ritz-Carlton, Courtyard, Fairmont, Omni, InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Joie de Vivre, Kimpton, Loews, and many more. Visit us at Email us: Call us: 877-638-4387 US Patent 8,903,978


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App Reviews

  • Worked...

    By MCRider!!!!!!!!!
    And then it didn’t. And then it did. And then it didn’t.
  • Not compatible with YouTube tv

    By Shkol
    Called customer support They couldn’t care less Told me 10 times the device is working Finally admitted they are not compatible with YouTube TV. But the device is working Not for me it ain’t.
  • What they mean.

    By Apakzjshaij
    Hey guys pay $20 for a movie that you can watch get a drink, popcorn, and candy in an empty theatre for $20
  • Do not get this flaming dumpster of a app

    By Samtheboss76
    This app blow massive wiener, I go to cast something and it straight up doesn’t work. I can can turn the tv on and off thought isn’t that fantastic? This app makes me wana kms.
  • Easy as pie

    By Meageropulence
    The hotel system on the TV is terrible. I’ve been staying in the same hotel weekly for work and for over 5 months. Never used the TV in the room because of how crappy the system was. Just found out about the app, downloaded it and added the program guide subscription and it’s soooo much better. Don’t know if previous versions weren’t great resulting in all the 1 star reviews, but I love it.
  • Crashing App

    By cadylynn
    Downloaded and tried for 30 minutes to get the app to work and connect. App would crash every single time. Not worth downloading and deleted immediately. Cool concept but it doesn’t work.
  • Garbage

    By bsbdjficjdejr
    Complete garbage, does not work, and does not cast to TV. Just works as a remote, so useless. Just a way for hotels to keep cheap TVs that don’t have Netflix built in.
  • “Free” but not really - close to useless

    By txkneader
    Using this app is the only way to have a tv program guide at Holiday Inn. Requires $.99 year purchase - not the amount that irritated but the hassle and lack of warning. Then the app loads painfully slow, has even less info about any program than my “broadcast” tv supplies through the airways, display scrolling to look at the next 1/2 hour or ability to look at a specific time is tedious. Wasted money unless you want to know the name of a program or show and you’re willing to scroll your time away
  • Does one small thing reasonably well and another very poorly

    By DontTakeMyWordForIt
    It's a remote for your hotel TV. The hotel has to be set up to use it, of course. It shows you which channels are available, and lets you choose one. Or change the volume. There's an optional guide which, at $1/year, you should probably get. However: it's frequently wrong. In fact, the guide is wrong at least as often as it's right. I believe the problem is time zones—they either don't know which one the hotel I'm at is in, or they don't know which feed the hotel is receiving, but either way: it's bad. It is, however, every so marginally better than nothing. Like, ⅓¢ per day better. Which is about what it costs. At the end of the day, though, the fewer times I have to handle the hotel remote, the better.
  • Dumbest app ever

    By kolt2120
    This app is such a waste. All it does is basically make your phone a second remote for your hotel tv. If you want an actual guide of what exactly is on each channel you have to make a login and pay for it. Don’t waste your time.