The app, which went live on January 3 but was promised late last year, boasts features including an in-app television guide and the ability to receive push notifications for upcoming programs.
From the iTunes app description:
The new TEN iPhone app offers you a full free-to-air and subscription TV Guide where you can set reminders for your favourite TV shows. The app features Twitter and Facebook integration and you can also watch full episodes of TEN TV shows!
View pics, download wallpapers and find out all about your favourite cast members as well as watching exclusive behind the scenes video.
The application currently has a five star rating by users who’ve downloaded the app. Of note is the ability to watch “full episodes” feature of the app – we could only get 5 to play, and they’re specially edited for the iPhone.
Savvy entrepreneurs, businesses and marketers know that they need a mobile presence –- either via a mobile site, mobile advertisement or mobile app –- in order to capture the ever expanding and on-the-go mobile audience.
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Microsoft has come back from the dead in smartphones with a slick, fast new phone platform that will prove a worthy challenger to Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android platforms.
Analysts have said Windows Phone 7 is Microsoft’s last chance to grab a significant piece of the smartphone pie and, thankfully, it’s seized that chance with both hands. There are several glaring omissions, including browser support for online video formats, tethering, copy-paste, Mac support and proper multi-tasking, but many of these should be added in future updates.