IceTV Remote
IceTV Remote
2.16

3.5

IceTV Remote free download for Mac

IceTV Remote

2.16
11 July 2011

Australian TV guide and remote scheduler widget.

Overview

IceTV... Far beyond a simple TV guide, the all new IceTV Widget can remotely schedule TV recordings on your Mac or Media Center PC at home, search by keywords, show you what's popular and provide a customisable and personalised TV guide... all in a stunning new design. It's one of the most advanced widgets ever made.

What's new in IceTV Remote

Version 2.16: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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9 IceTV Remote Reviews

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Bobbysdad
07 December 2005

Most helpful

I love it, but, I wish it had Channel 31 listings as well.
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Version 1.02
Simonm
01 January 2010
Widget is no longer free and requires a payed subscription even for today's EPG. Moved straight to trash.
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Version 2.7
2 answer(s)
PieterOpie
PieterOpie
11 July 2011
Why would you pay for what sounds like a widget with bugs to get TV listings which are available for FREE on many sites such as CitySearch? I have it bookmarked and use it whenever I need it. Simple choice really.
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David-Morrison
David-Morrison
13 September 2012
Somonm: Rubbish! It is still free as it always has been to see today's programs. You just have to setup a free account.
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Gazman
29 July 2009
IceTV has always been a great widget which has worked flawlessly - until this latest version, which it made me download, no chance to skip.
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Version 2.3
ivanovitch
04 September 2008
Okay - it's getting better, but it's still slow to refresh. The iPhone/iPod Touch version is better and simpler, but this widget appears to be getting more stable. Still loses settings from time to time.
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Version 2.2
Pehpsi-3
23 June 2008
Great update, running very smoothly..
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Version 2.1
ivanovitch
18 March 2008
This is not improving with each iteration. Not only is the interface now larger, with clumsy icons consuming the top bar, but it appears that frequent revisions are required to make it work properly. It isn't working now. First, we had to suffer the loss of station identifiers (here in Australia). Okay, once resolved, we discovered that some channels were incomplete. Then, another build later this was resolved, but we now discover that if you choose to view more than 5 channels, you can only view up to 3 programs. Alternatively, you can choose to view less channels and see 5 programs. Further, the present active program is no longer coloured to indicate what is being shown (oddly, now the blue highlight is used to indicate supplemental program information, which is plainly wrong from an interface perspective), and I can no longer simply toggle from 3 to 5 or all programs on the fly, but have to resort to flipping the widget and awaiting a refresh. On the plus side, the supplemental information is easier to read thanks to a sharper font choice. Overall, badly implemented and I recommend that users keep Build 1.25 and learn to cope with the problematic ABC1 and ABC2 station identifiers being absent: at least it works, and works well, in a more compact space. I also dislike having to store preferences on a website, but this is trivial in comparison to the widget not actually working the way it should. On the good side? It's free. So perhaps I shouldn't complain, but I do wish that the constant beta testing wasn't up to users so much.
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Version 2.0b5
Trompowsky
08 December 2006
The widget itself is free but now the only way to use it is by paying a subscription fee.
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Version 1.24
1 answer(s)
Trompowsky
Trompowsky
12 December 2006
The one day tv guide with icetv has been restored and doesnt require a paying subscription :)
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Version 1.24
Zivko
26 November 2006
AusTV was so much better then this, now I can't view cable channels and I can only view listings for today, unless I want to pay, and it's subscription based. I get the idea that everyone needs to make money, but why kill of AusTV? It was a great Widget.
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Version 1.24
Zivko
30 April 2006
What happened to the Cable Channel listings?
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Version 1.02
Bobbysdad
07 December 2005
I love it, but, I wish it had Channel 31 listings as well.
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Version 1.02
1 answer(s)
PieterOpie
PieterOpie
11 July 2011
CITYSEARCH for ALL Aussie TV - FREE http://citysearch.com.au/tvguide HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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3.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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