Digital tv app?

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  1. hardworker73

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    Is there a way to watch recent or live tv? I have Time Warner if that helps any.
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    UK users might like to try TVCatchUp, which despite its name, is a LIVE TV app for the main channels in the UK. Also, for catch-up TV, ITV Player works fine, as does BBC iPlayer (after you get over the fact that Google Play won't let you have it). I 'sideloaded' the app and Adobe Flash Player 11 via Airdroid, and they work just fine.
     
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    Hi
    If you download BBC Media player then you can download BBC iPlayer and it will work natively.

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    Thanks - I found that out shortly after going to all the trouble of side-loading it. Is there any point in leaving Flash installed if I install BBC Media Player?
     

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