SPB TV 3.0 comes to Windows Phone, reviewed

MobiWorld Media has announces the release of SPB TV 3.0, the latest version of their popular mobile TV application for Windows Phone, reviewed above by 1800Pocketpc.com.

The updated version provides social accounts integration, enriched VoD player functionality and a convenient Channel Store; the app is redesigned in the iconic Metro style for the most comfortable and enjoyable user experience.

With SPB TV 3.0 Windows Phone users can stay connected with their friends in Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live and LinkedIn informing them about amusing shows and sharing comments upon the TV content quickly and easily.

The Channel Store allows one can easily find the desired channel or just browse for interesting content. SPB TV 3.0 also provides advanced video on demand playing options: now the user can rewind, forward, pause and play the clip using handy on-screen buttons.

“New SPB TV application fully uses Metro style design principles and very naturally fits the Windows Phone environment. The app provides great usability and comfort to Windows Phone users, who now can enjoy over 150 channels in multiple languages through the accustomed Windows Phone interface,” said Mik Chernomordikov, Evangelism Unit Lead, Microsoft Russia.

SPB TV 3.0 inherits all the best features of the previous versions including picture-in-picture mode, quick channel previews and easily accessible TV guide.

imageThe amount of channels available in SPB TV is constantly growing and has already reached 150 items. All the channels are subscription free. Just like other SPB TV mobile solutions, SPB TV 3.0 ensures smooth and uninterrupted video playback in any network, including Wi-Fi, 3G and Edge, due to adaptive streaming technologies support.

SPB TV 3.0 is available for all smartphones running Windows Phone 7.5. It can be downloaded for free from the Windows Phone Marketplace here.

For more information, please visit www.spbtv.com.

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