If you are a subscriber to EE TV, your experience just got enhanced by a big way. EE TV now has 41 new channels from TVPlayer and Box Plus, letting you choose the ones you want to watch from an even larger database and what's more, the service's new 'Watch with Twitter' functionality now lets you check which programmes are trending on Twitter UK before you start watching. EE TV will also display official hashtags of live shows in the programme view so that you can check out these trends and see what they're all about.
Now watch your favourite shows on your smartphone as EE TV goes mobile!
The eight channels which you can record for a maximum of 24 hours are of Standard Definition and you can select the channels you wish to record from a range of categories which include Movies, Drama, Kids and Sport. EE TV is now featuring the Hayu app, a reality subscription video on demand service which costs £3.99 per month and brings in reality content like Keeping Up with the Kardashians, The Real Housewives, Million Dollar Listing and Top Chef. You can also go for a one-month free trial of Hayu before you subscribe to it on a permanent basis.
“We continue to evolve the EE TV experience for new and existing customers - ensuring it’s even easier for them to discover shows they’ll love. We’re also excited to be the first TV platform in the UK to partner with Twitter on integrating its ‘Watch with Twitter’ features, meaning customers are in the loop on all the most talked about programmes. And with the addition of hayu, we’re making sure there’s plenty for those who want to keep up with the latest hit reality shows,” said Noel Hamill, Managing Director of Marketing at EE.
Back in March, EE introduced it's new 'Recordings To Go' feature which let you record programmes aired on free-to-view channels and watch them on your smartphone later. With over a hundred free to air channels on offer, you will be able to record quite a bit of content before watching them on your smartphone. You can also set future programmes on 'Recordings To Go' and they will be saved on your phone or tablet as soon as these shows are aired on TV. The 'Recordings To Go' hub in the EE TV app is where you can view all the channels that you have recorded in the last 24 hours.