onlineTVMac
onlineTVMac
10.5.0.5

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onlineTVMac free download for Mac

onlineTVMac

10.5.0.5
08 October 2014

Watch European TV directly on your Mac without additional hardware or software.

Overview

onlineTVMac gives you access to hundreds of music videos, TV live streams, radio stations, webcams and more. Select from hundreds of music videos your favorite song. Listen to your local stations. Read the latest news of your daily newspaper ... from any point on earth! Watch TV directly on your Mac without additional hard- or software. See it first on onlineTVMac!

What's new in onlineTVMac

Version 10.5.0.5: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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3 onlineTVMac Reviews

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Skapplin
20 February 2014

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This is hardly worth a thing in the US, so you might note its limitations so we don't waste our time downloading something we cannot use. It's fine if you live in Europe.
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Version 1.0
polocanada
10 May 2015
A few German channels actually work, unlike in the paid app called "Live TV" which was waste of money... French and US channels don't seem to work though. At least this app allows me to try it first.
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Version 10.5.0.5
Derekcurrie
09 October 2014
The same limitations still apply as ever: The lack of international copyright agreements, and more importantly marketing agreements, prevent one country's media from being available to another country. Only citizens within that country OR group of countries with a media sharing agreement can access the country/group's media. Applications like this don't change that. There are ways to not-quite-legally get around this (IMHO) rubbish. But they're arduous and not-quite-legal. Happily, there is some streamed and shared media that is offered internationally, such as world news from various countries. Examples: The UK, France, Germany, Japan. There are also plenty of streamed radio stations from around the world. But if you want to access, for example, BBC content only accessible to UK citizens, but you're in the USA... forget it. Not gonna happen without a not-quite-legal workaround.
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Version 10.5.0.5
Skapplin
20 February 2014
This is hardly worth a thing in the US, so you might note its limitations so we don't waste our time downloading something we cannot use. It's fine if you live in Europe.
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Version 1.0
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darrel-2
darrel-2
21 February 2014
Actually, it's also not fine even if you live in Europe as I do. This is the first version of a Windows port that obviously did not go through a beta testing phase with Mac users. I see the potential and a program like this could become quite popular over here, but it's release comes way too early, especially since it doesn't work at all if you have anything approximating a secure firewall. There is no information about which ports to open up in the Mac documentation (included with the app and online) nor in the English language Windows documentation on their site. As far as I recall, I was only able to find that info in German. Online. For the Windows program. (Nicht ganz so toll, was?) The developers still have a ways to go in terms of internationalization and literally everything about the Mac look & feel. As is, this program neither works on nor would be acceptable to most users of the Mac platform. Bitte versuchen Sie es nochmal. Please try again.
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