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+++++The Premier OSX TWiT.tv app! +++++
++++++ 50% off, Introductory price! +++++
More channels than on the Web!
~15 Streaming sources in all!
Supports FLASH and Streaming H.264 live streams
Interact with Leo Laporte and the TWiT network with the TWiT.tv application.
Twit is the live stream for Leo Laporte's TWIT.tv network and netcasts.
Join Leo, Mike, Sarah, Chad and PadreSJ Live!
Live CHAT with Leo in the #twitlive IRC chat room.
Live TWIT calendar for easy reference of upcoming program content.
- Integrated Local time-zone support so You know when the shows are airing.
- Integrated Browser
- Integrated Help pages
- Integrated TWiT Sponsors page
- Fully re-sizable support
- All TWiT Archived Audio Netcasts
- All Archived Video Netcasts
- Supports all HD, SD and Audio shows
- Improved Streaming interface
- Streamlined Archive show interface
- Speed improvements throughout!
-Auto re-fresh on stream drop
-Audio Only option for low bandwidth scenarios
--------- User Reviews ---------
"We Love the TWiT apps by Craig @ ShiftKeySoftware!"
--- Leo Laporte, iPad today.
What's New in Version 1.1
Fixed rare bug where no window would display on startup.
Good functional app which needs small changes
The app works, that’s most important. Few features that would make this a 4 star app: Change the menu bar icon to just the TWiT logo - I don’t care for all the text in my menu bar, allow users to turn off the dock icon - I prefer to toggle the app window from the menu bar, remember stream preferences on reboot. To make it a 5 star app I would need to see a streamlined interface. Currently it’s a little clunky with all the buttons and options surrounding the window.
Its a nice app in a browser but without chrome cast its just useless to me. Why would one want to watch on a computer monitor? Not me. But the app is well done and well designed. They just got to add chrome cast in else I’m missing something.
Just watch twit.tv in a browser window...
So… I’m supposed to pay $1.99 for a dedicated video app that in the year 2015 doesn’t allow scrubbing through a video, skipping back or forward a few seconds at a time (no, chapter jumps don’t count) and doesn’t give me ANY functionality that I can’t get just by opening twit.tv or live.twit.tv in a browser window - and actually gives me LESS?!? Well, you got (suckered) me, but I hope all those other people who are thinking about doing this will read my review and STEER CLEAR! (At least until an update allows basic video manipulation capabilities…)