|Jul 11, 2007, 07:55 PM||#1|
TV Guide for iPhone
Does anyone know of an app or *good* mobile site for simply getting TV listings in one's area. The only one I could find is wireless.tvguide.com. It works, but have to constantly increase page size on iPhone, and not a great interface (hard to get what's on in an hour)....
|Jul 12, 2007, 06:14 AM||#4|
|Oct 7, 2008, 10:58 AM||#5|
How about What's On?
There's an awesome iPhone app called What's On in the iTunes Store (link)
It has support for like 10,000 providers and I've been beta testing the new version 1.5 and it's AMAZING. You can see screen shots at http://napkinstudio.com/apps/whats_o...creenshots.php. The developers says 1.5 should be out sometime next week once Apple approves it.
What's On 1.5 includes
-Full Canadian support!
-Support for multiple locations
-Fully customizable channel lists
-Much enhanced time/date navigation
-Completely redesigned UI
-Much much more
It's only $1.99 and the support team usually responds to my emails within a few hours.
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