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Watch TV on Your BlackBerry for FREE with SPB TV 2.0


SPB TV v1.0 has been around for BlackBerry for over a year now and has become a popular internet TV app on both the BlackBerry and other platforms. SPB just released a new SPB TV 2.0 that really shakes things up by making the app totally free through advertisement support. That means no subscription fee or cost to watch more than 150 channels in over 20 languages.

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The new v2.0 of SPB TV for BlackBerry brings:

  • More than 150, subscription free, TV channels from more than 20 countries
  • Unique TV browser with fast channel launching and switching
  • Integrated TV Guide with a list of current & upcoming TV shows
  • Ability to set calendar reminders for TV shows of interest
  • Video-on-demand
  • Fast channel launch and switching
  • SPB TV 2.0 for BlackBerry will be available for free
  • Ability to set calendar reminders for TV shows of interest
  • Video quality switcher
  • Advanced Video Codec support

All in all it is a pretty sweet app that can always be used to pass some time on your BlackBerry. You should check out the product page for SPB TV here or simply head on over to this link to download the app from your BlackBerry. Let us know what you think of the app!

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  1. Works fine on my 9650 (, though not a huge improvement from version 1.x. Feature Request: Let me move channels to the very top or bottom, rather than one spot at a time.

  2. Downloaded it. Never used any other version. Works fairly well over WiFi at high quality.

    The ads don’t seem that intrusive, i’ve only seen them when the video is buffering.

    Not bad! My data plan is fairly limited so im not sure if i would use this on 3G that often.

  3. Is it just me, or doesit have the worst channel lineup ever?

    • lol, Yeah just noticed that, flipping through the channels. Ah well, can’t complain about something free I guess.

      I also like the subtle “Give us your personal information to ‘improve our services'” screen at the start hah. SKIP.

  4. Not impressed at all. Channel lineup is similar to which doesn’t need its own app. I dare say YesterBerry’s is better. They sometimes have links to real network stations I actually want to watch, as opposed to the weather in Chicago. A bunch that I tried on SPB that I might have been moderately interested in were unavailable.

  5. First time trying to download this app on my Blackberry 9650 Bold, OS (Verizon), all it didfor hours is Download over and over again. So I bailed. Any
    suggestions how to install without it cycling through repeatedly. Upgrade to OS 6?

  6. what could be better than free?


  8. I foud this of google

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