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Winegard introduces Connected App

BURLINGTON, Iowa — Winegard Company, the leading U.S. residential, mobile and commercial antenna manufacturer since 1953, has released the Winegard Connected app. The app is compatible with Winegard’s entire range of 4G LTE hotspots and WiFi range extenders, which maximizes speed, reliability and range from both WiFi and 4G LTE networks to ensure customers stay connected while using their smartphones, laptops, media players and other devices on the road.

The Connected app was designed to ensure simple setup and consistent operation across all of Winegard’s current and future connectivity products. The app eliminates complicated network setup with a quick start guide on initial use and automatically syncs to your device during future uses. Users can also switch between WiFi and 4G LTE sources and check data usage with ease.

“The Connected app is our latest innovation aimed at making set up and use of Winegard devices as easy as possible for those often on the move,” said Stacie Venghaus, software engineer at Winegard. “Our vision is to remove complicated and frustrating setups and usage with a simple, easy to use app. Stay connected to friends and family, stream your favorite shows and conduct all your regular online activity just as easily on the road as you would from home.”

Download it now for free in the Apple App Store and Android Google Play store.

To learn more about the app visit and to learn about ConnecT devices, visit to

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Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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