I would like to make you know two new apps:
Coolstreaming v.1.3 and Film Online v.1.4.
The first one gives hundreds of tv channels in various languages,
and has a particular feature: it doesn't need flash player
installed (it requires vitamio codec) and it works easily on devices
having lower hardware resources (and no flash player support).
At this time, some tv channels don't work, but if we consider that,
in a week, the developers have updated three times (from 1.0 to 1.3)...
(for some functionalities we need a paid in-app)
Film Online gives the opportunity to watch hundreds of italian films
from youtube server, via browser or youtube app (if previously installed),
in HQ resolution (360p).
It's very easy and immediate to use, and (if opened via browser) it gives more
titles (among related choices).
You can find them in Android Market...if you should have problems,
download from here:
Last edited by alostpacket; April 24th, 2012 at 11:47 AM.
TvGo Live Tv, Italia in Diretta Tv, Sport Tv Plus and Livetv (sport)
Here are some new apps from Android Market:
-TvGo Live Tv v1.0.4 that gives hundreds of tv channels from all over the world
-Italia in Diretta Tv v1.0, for italian users (Rainews24 and SkyTg24, among various channels)
-Sport Tv Plus v2.1.1 and LiveTv v1.04 which give links to sporting events (football, volley, basket, tennis, hockey and many more)
Last edited by jerofld; April 24th, 2012 at 10:40 AM.
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Great thread. Sorry to bump an old one, but someone had linked to it in a recent thread. Do some of these work on phone version of Android? And I've been wondering for a while-- are these types of apps legal/ safe to use? There's websites that have similar uses and I've never really trusted them.
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