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Track Your TV Shows With TVShow For WP7
If you like your TV shows and want to be able to keep track of them on the go, XDA forum member rudyhuyn has developed TVShow, a tracker to help you do just that.
TVShow uses live tiles that let’s you track all your favourite TV shows. Features include:
- Browse all the episodes of your favourite TV shows
- Mark TV series as favourite
- Get a quick overview of upcoming episodes for all your favourite shows
- Get information about TV shows, including synopsis, screen captures, rates and subtitles
- Read TV shows news
- Translation feature
- Push notifications for unseen shows
TVShow also uses a cache system in order to save bandwidth, which avoids having to re-download images and data, meaning you can go back to them offline.
The lite version of the app is available for free in the WP7 Marketplace without time or show limit.
For more information, head on over to the application thread.
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