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Ice TV has long had an iPhone app, but the subscription electronic program guide is now showing a bit of Android love. The company has issued a beta version of its Android app, letting you access upcoming show lists and schedule recordings direct from your phone.

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It's a simple feature but one that would be very welcome in every electronic program guide on the market: subscription EPG Ice TV has added a 'New Shows' option that lists new programs on free-to-air television each week, making it easier to discover new shows (and schedule them automatically).


Good news for users of the Ice TV electronic program guide -- the company has won its latest court battle against Channel Nine, meaning that it is free to keep listing the free-to-air TV giant in its schedules.


Electronic program guide Ice TV has published a listing of the most popular programs recorded by users of its service in 2008. What's interesting about the list is how little resemblance it bears to overall TV ratings: for instance, Australia's top-rated new local drama Packed To The Rafters is nowhere in sight. On the other hand, niche programs like Top Gear (UK and local) and Mythbusters are very much in evidence. The obvious conclusion? Despite their immense usefulness, EPG-based services are still very far from mainstream - perhaps because they're still too fiddly to use.


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