Justin.tv has arrived at the iPhone in an app form and will display live content, with user chat. The user chat can be viewed alongside the video while it plays but typing in messages to other viewers obstructs the video.
Other features include saving favorite channels, and sharing them as emails. A future update will bring live video broadcasting from the iPhone itself, and push notifications for upcoming programs. Users who subscribe to certain shows will get free notifications when it starts, with a link that leads directly to the show. Users can also register with Justin.tv within the app.
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