Equinux (http://www.equinux.com) has updated iLive TV and TheTube.
iLive TV, the iPhone app that allows you to stream Live TV to the
iPhone. With version 1.1, it now displays viewer ratings, the
remaining duration of currently running TV shows and also adds
The Tube 2.9.4, the TV solution for Mac users, which works together
with Live TV 1.1 enables Live TV on the iPhone.
“Live TV and The Tube underline our strategy of innovation when it
comes to television on Mac and iPhone,” says equinux CEO Till
Schadde. “To us, modern television means: mobility, easy control and
being ready to embrace new technologies – and that is what we have
achieved with Live TV.”
In the channel list, Live TV displays the currently running TV shows
right alongside each station. Additionally the progress of TV shows
is also displayed. To help find the most popular show, Live TV also
pulls the viewer ratings from The Tube and displays them right on the
iPhone. The user can also sort the available stations by number of
viewers, to quickly find the perfect show.
The Tube 2.9.4 adds the remaining show length and viewer ratings to
this release. The update to The Tube 2.9.4 is free of charge for
registered users. To stream TV from a Mac to an iPhone, The Tube and
Live TV must be connected to the same WiFi network.
The most innovative TV software for Mac, The Tube, is currently
available at the equinux Online Store from US$49.95. Live TV 1.1 is
now available via the Apple App Store for $3.99. The TubeStick
hybrid, the hybrid TV device for the US market that includes The
Tube, costs $129. The Tube is also included with the purchase of
TubeStick, the white DBV-T/DTT TV receiver for Mac users for
approximately $71 at the equinux Online Store. The Tube is localized
in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian and is compatible
with 28 different USB-TV devices.