Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Kindle News: TV Guide i.TV comes to Kindle Fire


TNW's Aayush Arya reports that I.TV has brought its TV guide app to North American and it's ready for the Kindle Fire at the Amazon Appstore.

They say it's the "all-time most downloaded TV Guide App for iPhone and iPad, and bringing it to Android was the number one request they get.

Arya continues:
  "The app detects your location and shows you [the] local TV listing based on your service provider, as long as you are in Canada or USA.  You can also type in a ZIP code manually if that is more to your liking.

Also, "...there’s news from the entertainment industry, which can be filtered by favourite shows, and inbuilt access to information about shows from the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) and Wikipedia."

So, check it out at the Amazon Appstore.  If you already have Kindle Fire, you'll know how to get to the Amazon store on it. Below are ways to Share this post if you'd like others to see it.
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