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TV-Browser for Windows 4.0 for Windows

by TV-Browser.org

Avg. Rating 3.8 (117 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.7 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 9,884
Publisher TV-Browser.org
Homepage TV-Browser
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

TV-Browser is a java-based TV guide which is easily extensible using plugins. It is designed to look like your paper TV guide.

Latest Reviews

cltx99

cltx99 reviewed v3.4.4 on Jun 2, 2016

A tad complicated, but all in all, simply awful.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.4.1.0 on Dec 28, 2014

difficult to use...
also on my other browser I can record shows by just clicking on them

OmAleY

OmAleY reviewed v3.3.2 on Sep 4, 2013

Why should you NOT use it??? It's a great program.

Does exactly what I need.

Keep up the good work.

borisf98

borisf98 reviewed v3.3 on Mar 21, 2013

Why would you need it? There are plenty of websites that have TV schedules. It is also in Java which should be banned by now for the worst record in software security history.

sauzee

sauzee reviewed v3.0.2 on Sep 9, 2011

I don't have the problem that the previous reviewer has. Never heard of anyone else who does either. I really like this software. If you are in one of the countries where it gets channel listings it's definitely worth a look.

stevvie

stevvie reviewed v3.0.2 Beta 1 on Aug 8, 2011

This is a strange program, As it can get it's data from radiotimes.co.uk here in the UK but only finds the BBC range of channels. I use FreeGuide that ALSO gets it's data from radiotimes.co.uk but has the FULL range of UK programs. This to me just seems stupid, as it already has the plugin to accept radiotimes.co.uk data but this program only list a fraction of the chanels.

danopel

danopel reviewed v3.0 RC2 on Nov 16, 2010

Spends 10 minutes scanning for channels everywhere in the world...except Canada, therefore totally useless in Canada.
Schedules Direct is not free and has nothing to do with TV-Browser (spam!)

sauzee

sauzee reviewed v3.0 Beta 2 on Mar 16, 2010

Love it. Used to use Digiguide, but actually prefer this.

robster2001

robster2001 reviewed v3.0 Beta 2 on Mar 11, 2010

Users in the USA and Canada have to subscribe to Schedules Direct for this program to work.

Once you've done that, it works very well indeed.

coover

coover reviewed v2.7.3 Beta on Feb 27, 2009

I will not downgrade this because, I personally, cannot use it, but this software is virtually useless for folks in the USA.

The only US stations listed are the Armed Forces Network and the Pentagon Channel.

So, for areas where it is useful, I'll grade it a 5. For me ... I can't use it.

Avg. Rating 3.8 (117 votes)
Your Rating
cltx99

cltx99 reviewed v3.4.4 on Jun 2, 2016

A tad complicated, but all in all, simply awful.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.4.1.0 on Dec 28, 2014

difficult to use...
also on my other browser I can record shows by just clicking on them

OmAleY

OmAleY reviewed v3.3.2 on Sep 4, 2013

Why should you NOT use it??? It's a great program.

Does exactly what I need.

Keep up the good work.

borisf98

borisf98 reviewed v3.3 on Mar 21, 2013

Why would you need it? There are plenty of websites that have TV schedules. It is also in Java which should be banned by now for the worst record in software security history.

sauzee

sauzee reviewed v3.0.2 on Sep 9, 2011

I don't have the problem that the previous reviewer has. Never heard of anyone else who does either. I really like this software. If you are in one of the countries where it gets channel listings it's definitely worth a look.

stevvie

stevvie reviewed v3.0.2 Beta 1 on Aug 8, 2011

This is a strange program, As it can get it's data from radiotimes.co.uk here in the UK but only finds the BBC range of channels. I use FreeGuide that ALSO gets it's data from radiotimes.co.uk but has the FULL range of UK programs. This to me just seems stupid, as it already has the plugin to accept radiotimes.co.uk data but this program only list a fraction of the chanels.

danopel

danopel reviewed v3.0 RC2 on Nov 16, 2010

Spends 10 minutes scanning for channels everywhere in the world...except Canada, therefore totally useless in Canada.
Schedules Direct is not free and has nothing to do with TV-Browser (spam!)

sauzee

sauzee reviewed v3.0 Beta 2 on Mar 16, 2010

Love it. Used to use Digiguide, but actually prefer this.

robster2001

robster2001 reviewed v3.0 Beta 2 on Mar 11, 2010

Users in the USA and Canada have to subscribe to Schedules Direct for this program to work.

Once you've done that, it works very well indeed.

coover

coover reviewed v2.7.3 Beta on Feb 27, 2009

I will not downgrade this because, I personally, cannot use it, but this software is virtually useless for folks in the USA.

The only US stations listed are the Armed Forces Network and the Pentagon Channel.

So, for areas where it is useful, I'll grade it a 5. For me ... I can't use it.

Haaglander

Haaglander reviewed v2.7.2 on Dec 16, 2008

Useless for me because it shows no Dutch TV.

lang999

lang999 reviewed v2.7.2 RC3 on Dec 8, 2008

Very nice smooth fast program.
Gr8 overlock of tvprograms.
Best tvbrowser yet.

kazzi

kazzi reviewed v2.7.2 RC3 on Dec 8, 2008

I so much like this software, presently running it alongside DigiGuide in the UK (DigiGuide does cost though). If the beta versions of TV-Browser are anything to go by, this is gonna rock before long. Give the developers time to get things running smoothly and who knows - the US could even get covered.

Ain Soph Aur

Ain Soph Aur reviewed v2.7.2 RC1 on Nov 22, 2008

north america?? never heard... whats that? ;D

EUROPE rocks! :]

computershack

computershack reviewed v2.7.2 RC1 on Nov 22, 2008

Quote myboy:
"Obviously missing the largest TV viewing market in the world (North America)."

Europe has twice the population of North America who work far fewer hours, have far more holidays, fewer homeless and a higher 24/7 electricity power supply....

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