Bynode's Live TV has a wide selection of public online TV channels from different countries.
Before installing you should know that it requires installing another (Vitamio Codec) to broadcast channels.
Once that's done, you must select from which country you want to watch online TV channels. Live TV displays a scrollable list of available channels. Don't expect to see all of them; you'll get only a selection of those who have online broadcasts publicly streaming for free.
From then on, you can tap any channel and wait for the app to stream it. Video and sound quality varies depending on which provider you've selected; I've found some are significantly better than others. Anyway, that doesn't hinge on the Bynode app, but rather on the provider themselves.
However, I've encountered some issues with the app which are worth mentioning. Too many channels don't work. I keep running into a "Sorry, this video cannot be played" message. In addition, a good portion of the channels that finally worked took too long to load. Finally, some important channels that I know are public, free, and online aren't included in the app.
The app needs some improvements to guarantee a good user experience: for example, design revamping, bookmarking channels, creating your own "playlist," and TV guides.
Bynode's Live TV is a good basic setup in order to stream television from all over the globe, although its scope is currently rather limited.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Dec 20, 2013