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Freeview TV Guide with No Adverts for Ipod Touch/Iphone @ Itunes
Freeview TV Guide with No Adverts for Ipod Touch/Iphone @ Itunes

Freeview TV Guide with No Adverts for Ipod Touch/Iphone @ Itunes

As TVguide.co.uk (the app) now has adverts in it. Here is a better one without adverts.
Click on "arrange" then "select channels" to set your region. You can also select normal Freeview instead of Freeview HD.
Here's the blurb off the site......

Make the most of stunning high definition TV from Freeview HD by planning your viewing whilst you are on the go. This app gives you instant access to our programme guide (Freeview HD channels and over 50 other Freeview channels), ensuring that you can plan ahead and catch all your favourite shows. Youll also receive recommendations for shows we think youll enjoy, as well as regular suggestions from our Twitter feed. All this without the hassle of having to actually pay (Yes, the best things in life actually are free).

Top 10
The Top 10 channel list makes it even easier to keep up to date with the most popular channels.

Search
This is a speedy way of finding your favourite programme and discovering whether its available in HD. You can also search by category, if you just fancy watching a movie or sport, for example.

Customise your App
You can reorder your channels so that your favourites appear first. Simply click and drag each one to where you want it. Its also easy to customise your listings to your local region.

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Thanks.

BFN,

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though this is good, i have to say the best tv guide i have found is the one for the sky+ service. 7 day planner etc and free.

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though this is good, i have to say the best tv guide i have found is the … though this is good, i have to say the best tv guide i have found is the one for the sky+ service. 7 day planner etc and free.



It looks alright but you can't set the region without a Sky account. There's also lots of channels listed that you can't watch on freeview.

Nice one OP.

yeah i understand that but as a bog standard tv guide for all channels you wont do much better than the sky app for free. I dont really get the problem with it having too many channels information but i do understand the fact that in the freeview only one its good that it focuses on the ones you do get
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