MyPlayer Updated to V1.2

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The popular video watching service application, after a long time, has finally received a update. The update brings some pretty important updates including newly added channels, fixes and even a new format.

The application is still a freeware, and because of that, it won some pretty impressive awards. Just last year, FreewarePocketpc gave it the “best multimedia app of 2009.” That title is not awarded to app in their collection, so that is a pretty big deal, and being used the application. I can say it is very well worth the time, memory, and RAM.

The update includes:

v1.200
> Added Hulu channels: The Cleveland Show, Scrubs, 24 and SNL
> Updated RTMP transcoding and connection via http for improved reliability
> Live TV feeds from the global index can now be added to Favourites
> A default content view can now be specified
> BBC Radio downloads are now saved in the mp3 format
> Various other minor bug fixes

Original Features:

– Choose your own media player – define how each stream is played (CorePlayer v1.3.6 is recommended)
– Full iPlayer integration – browse the Mobile content as you would from any other supported device (including the search feature)
– Download high quality BBC iPlayer episodes directly to your device for offline viewing
– Hulu support (beta) – watch a selection of your favourite cartoons
– Five On Demand – catch up with the latest content from Channel Five
– MSN Video – a further selection of streaming content from the UK
– SBS Australia – content from the Special Broadcasting Service*
– Live TV channels – watch the popular terrestrial channels live (BBC1, ESPN, Sky News, etc.)
– Extensive TV feed index – hundreds of live TV feeds from around the globe
– Live Radio stations – a selection of BBC broadcasts
– Custom TV / Radio stations – add your favourites
– Search History – tracks the most recent searches for easy access
– myPlayer streaming service – preconfigured VLC server to overcome connectivity issues (eg. blocked ports, non-UK region, etc.)

* The SBS channel requires a Flash player (the Adobe Flash Lite application is recommended)

Try out the update

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