Updated app now Live streams all ABC channels

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The ABC has released an updated ABC App for mobile and tablet.

This latest version comes with improved functionality and a new look, a clearer interface, an enhanced video experience and Live streaming of all the ABC TV channels.

David Anderson, ABC Director Digital Network, said, “We want to make it as easy as possible for them to connect with the ABC’s distinctive Australian content. The new design of this latest release has a fresh, modern look and feel and easier navigation to help users quickly find the content that is relevant to them.

“We will continue to improve the app further in 2017, adding more personalised features and providing access to more video and audio content from across the ABC.”

The ABC App is free to download for mobile and tablet via the App Store and Google Play.

It includes:

– The latest stories and programs from ABC News

– Live metro and regional radio streams, including the digital-only Double J and triple j Unearthed

– More than 60 ABC podcasts

– Live streaming of ABC TV’s channels

– Stories on a broad range of topics, including sport, science, health, rural, technology, arts and entertainment

– 3D Touch shortcuts on iPhone 6S devices give quick access to Just In, TV On Demand, Now On TV and Listen Live sections

App users should note they are responsible for their data transfer and consumption charges when using any ABC app.

abc.net.au/services/mobile/applications.htm

6 Comments:

  1. This topic brings up a few points of interest, firstly streaming will obviously become increasingly popular as the viewers choice in the future because of it’s convenience and adaptabilty, Netflix with it’s HD and 4K offerings is commercially ahead of Australia’s limited competition and the reference standard for any future competitors to follow. FTA broadcasters are still struggling with quality streaming even though Freeview has been around for a while now, plainly the streaming of UHD / 4K programs will eventually supersede the current standard definition digital broadcasting, the new OLED / UHD 4K panels need the HiDef content to provide value for the TV’s money the slow progress upgrading to HD let alone UHD shows FTA companies are desperately trying to delay the inevitable when antennae broadcast TV is no longer cost effective in it’s current obsolescent form.

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