I never knew about the Ceton app prior to this thread, but this thread caused me to take a look at it. I ended up buying it, and the Ceton app feels more polished. The guide is definitely nicer looking, and I like that you can type in a channel instead of having to page through the guide to get to the channel you want. I never used the remote streaming of remote potato, since there are other apps that stream better than remote potato. The setup with the Ceton app is also a little more straight forward, and it works the same connected to the lan or remote. With remote potato, you need to create separate connections for lan and remote which isn't a big deal, but less convenient.