orb3000 · Sep 20, 2011 at 03:22 pm

XDA TV WebApp

It´s no secret that XDA TV is becoming more popular every day. We love everything from seeing SassiBob showing a new app, Samcaplat reviewing things with his nice British accent, or azrienoch´s editorials telling what others don´t dare say. In order to compliment the full experience, XDA member nathanpc presents a web application to see XDA TV.

As it uses WebKit, it should work on any operating system including Android, Symbian, Windows Phone 7, modern desktop browsers, and iOS.
The developer is waiting for your reports, so please let him know about any malfunction or bug present on version 1.3.

Originally posted by nathanpc
XDA TV v1.3

Now you can have all the XDA TV videos wherever you go using this web application.
After that tweet from azrienoch this sunday I’ve started to work on a webapp version of the XDA TV application. It uses WebKit, so in theory Android, iOS, Windows Phone 7, modern desktop browsers, Symbian will handle it correct, if it doesn’t please report me the problems/bugs with screenshots(if needed) and a good description.

I’ve tried to get the app in the App Store, but Apple rejected it

The technologies used on this application:
iScroll
jQuery
HTML5
My knowledge

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