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The Tube updates to 2.9.6

The Tube updates to 2.9.6

Equinux have updated The Tube for Mac to 2.9.6 adding a massive social dimension to their already popular TV applications. 2.9.6 means Mac users can now enjoy the unique social features of The Tube on the Mac. equinux has released The Tube 2.9.6, an update to its innovative TV solution, which supports several new TV receivers.

In addition to existing DVB-T/DTT devices from Hauppauge and PCTV, The Tube users can also now use the Nova-S USB digital satellite television (DVB-S) TV receiver with their Mac.

With The Tube 2.9.6 Mac users can now watch and record digital and analog TV via DVB-T, DVB-C, DVB-S and analog cable, whilst chatting live with other viewers via TubeTalk.

Browsing through the many TV stations is made easier with an integrated channel search function that allows you to flick through channels using keyboard shortcuts (channel number + Enter).

Now with Tribune Media Services TV listings in United States

Users of The Tube in the US can now use the electronic program guide from Tribune. The Tube contains a plug-in for the TMS Data Direct TV service, and users can manage their channel lists via a web interface.

The Tube 2.9.6 now supports 42 TV receivers from several leading manufacturers. In addition to Hauppauge’s Nova-S receiver, this update also offers support for the Hauppauge Mini Stick and aero TV device with integrated antenna, as well as the PCTV picostick – one of the smallest DVB-T receivers in the world.

The Tube supports the popular DVB-T, DVB-C and DVB-S TV standards in addition to analog TV on your Mac. In addition, version 2.9.6 fixes some minor bugs and improves stability.

Pricing and availability

The Tube 2.9.6 is a free update for all registered users. The Tube is available for just €29.95 or $39.95 (local taxes may apply) exclusively in the equinux Online Store.

The Hauppauge Nova-S receiver is available with The Tube for the price of €89.95 – also in the equinux Online Store. The Live TV app can be downloaded on the iPhone App Store. Subscription for Tribune’s Data Direct TV service is available within the application.

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