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App – Europe TV Listings
If you are a TV fan living in Europe and don´t want to miss that great show or series you are following, check out what XDA member biso9110 has prepared. EuropeTVGuide will let you track your open channels and supporting pay TV as well. According to original poster, this application includes most of Europe’s packages such as Sky-uk , Sky-italy , Sky-Germany , Canal Digitaal (NED) , Digiturk , CYFRA+.
The app can be downloaded for free on the original thread.
Please let us have your feedback.
Originally posted by biso9110
[APP] Europe TV Listings
hi, this is my first app here
Description: Simple app to track your favorite channels/shows in Europe
Supported Pay-TV : Sky-uk , Sky-italy , Sky-Germany , Canal Digitaal (NED) , Digiturk , CYFRA+
Your suggestions/feedback are very welcome
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