East Bay Technologies, Inc. announced Thursday version 1.3 of its iTube Internet television viewing software with the addition of 100,000-plus QuickTime video searches, full screen viewing, and other minor fixes.
iTube 1.3 is a video content aggregator that brings together under one application links to over 1,800 television networks, programs, live video channels, and Webcams. iTube allows users to view QuickTime, Windows Media, RealNetworks, MPEG and many other video file formats under one product instead of launching each individual application.
iTube includes an Internet video search function that gives users a search tool to access over two million Internet video clips. Channels are divided by categories, which include uncensored news, music videos, science & education, religion, and entertainment channels from all over the world. New low and high bandwidth channels are added every month and users can also create personalized channel favorites.
iTube retails for US$24.00 as an online download. iTube! requires Mac OS X 10.2, 10.3 or later and a Safari browser. To view Internet television stations, iTube requires RealPlayer and QuickTime.