Yesterberry is a free web app that gives you access to over 200 live streaming audio and video channels. The site was originally envisioned for vintage material, as most of the video and audio content that’s available has gone out of copyright. The site also accepts user submitted content so it could really take off as a source for recent content. The site is 100% free, but they do accept donations for which they give you a login and extra features.
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Earlier this month we mentioned that the Hypoxia media player would soon be available and mblware has let us know that it’s live in the store. Hypoxia allows you to stream media to and from devices on your home WiFi network. All you have to do is browse the networked media servers (eg TVersity or Windows Media Player) through Hypoxia, and select what you want to watch or listen to. Another cool feature is the ability to share what you’re watching or listening to over Twitter.
AT&T has announced the U-verse Mobile app that allows customers to record and watch TV shows using a WiFi connection for the BlackBerry Torch. The U-verse app is available at no extra cost to all U-verse TV customers, and the ability to download and watch content is available to customers that subscribe to the U300 package or higher.
The Torch features a large screen that is ideal for watching video and this app could be great for catching up on some good shows on the go.
MBLware has announced a cool streaming media app for BlackBerry called Hypoxia. The app isn’t yet released but the team has sent along some preview videos to check out in the meantime. Hypoxia allows you to stream media to and from devices on your home network. All you have to do is browse the networked media servers (eg TVersity or Windows Media Player) through Hypoxia, and select what you want to watch or listen to.
We’ll keep you updated on this app’s progress and check out the videos after the jump to see what’s coming.
Continue reading ‘Hypoxia: Stream Media from Windows Media Player, Xbox 360 and More’
Everything looks beautiful on the BlackBerry Storm. At WES, many of the booths were demo’ing their products on the Storm because the combination of a big screen and smooth UI, makes for the best way to showcase your application. Video is stunning on this device and I found a good post explaining how to get NBC prime television streamed to your device for free.
Just visit http://m.nbc.com/fullepisodes.shtml
If the link does not work, visit m.nbc.com
Shows include The Office, 30 Rock, Crusoe, Friday Night Lights, Heroes, Kath and Ki, Knight Rider, Lipstick Jungle, My Own Worst Enemy, The Biggest Looser and more.
If you’re a terrestrial radio gal or guy, you might recognize Clear Channel – owners of the radio airwaves in the United States. If you’ve fallen in love with one of Clear Channel’s many stations from across the USA and find yourself unable to hear your favorite stations or on-air personality, don’t fret, I Heart Radio is here! You can still listen to your favorite station via your BlackBerry now. The I Heart Radio application is available for free via the BlackBerry App World.