Elgato’s EyeTV App Now Supports Streaming to iPad

The new version 1.1 of Elgato’s popular EyeTV app for iPhone, which allows live TV streaming over Wi-Fi or 3G connections to the iPad is now available and works on both iPhones and iPads, and is a free update for existing owners.

Elgato has optimized the app to take advantage of the iPad’s high resolution screen for full-screen playback. With EyeTV you can watch, record, and enjoy live TV on your iPhone and iPad via a 3G or Wi-Fi connection. In addition, the app gives full access to EyeTV’s program guide for finding something to watch and the ability to remotely schedule upcoming shows for recording.

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EyeTV for iPhone 1.1 is available from the App Store at a price of $4.99. The update is free for existing EyeTV for iPhone customers. EyeTV 3.4 is available as a free update for EyeTV 3 users. Elgato EyeTV tuners are available at the Elgato Online Store (www.elgato.com), at Apple retail stores and from local Mac resellers.

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