TF1, the major terrestrial broadcaster in France, has just launched an app for the iPhone allowing users to view their live and on-demand TV programmes.
Following the recently launched apps by France 24, Sky News and MTV, content can be received via wi-fi or 3G, though unlike its compatriots, whose content is free, TF1 will be charging. In May, TF1 put 450 programmes on iTunes priced around 1.49 Euros each and will charge iPhone users at a similar rate.
ITunes France already has a huge stock of a broad range of programming including, Ugly Betty, Desperate Housewives and programmes from French channels including Arte and Dupuis TV.
Hope iPhone users still have time to tweet!
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