Reviewing 1.1.8 Beta (Jul 22, 2008)
Works fine here. Has some classic shows on it, even the whole Lexx. I guess it doesn't sub your reality TV channel but that's a good thing for some of us...
Reviewing 1.1.7 Beta (Jul 5, 2008)
I won't complain about the ui becaue they chose to use Xulrunner from the makers of Mozilla Firefox and it has its good points and bad points.
But one major bad thing I know.
I agreed to get a newsletter but I can't unsubscribe from it because the content that it includes is almost entirely for other regions that I live.
There's not many shows that I can watch so if I want to stream shows, I have to use just plain podcasts cos them can be watched basicly every where.
Reviewing 1.1.7 Beta (Jun 19, 2008)
This program is in serious need for a redesign. I have used the last few versions over the last year, and I like the program alot. In fact, I even rigged it on my htpc so I can watch on the TV and control via my remote control. However, just as many have said, its bloated, it sucks your bandwidth and so on. Could be worlds better.
Reviewing 1.1.7 Beta (Jun 18, 2008)
This is a really slow program. It has all wierd and uncommon shows on it. Plus its a massive resource hog and takes up all your bandwidth. Plus its really buggy. I will never download this cra* again.
Reviewing 1.1.4 Beta (Mar 30, 2008)
Joost was a very nice application, although a bit too much emphasis on graphics in the UI; i.e., the old table version of channel selection was better. Unfortunately, during the first Joost update to a live version for the NCAA playoffs I had a popup appear and when my networked apps began misbehaving, I started searching for the culprit and discovered a worm virus. I was able to recover after much work, but I never did get to enjoy live TV. If I ran Joost again, it would have to be in sandboxie.
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