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Having a schedule that’s not TV-schedule-friendly, the iPad has become my connection to my favorite shows.

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iPad apps are how I get my daily dose of TV…

With CBS finally adding their native iPad app to the listing of broadcast network apps, earlier this month (what took you so long), if you haven’t already, you may be closer to cutting the cable TV cord altogether.

Yes, there’s subscription sites like Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, etc., for you to go to to get a plethora of content, but here is a listing of free apps for your TV, media content and movie watching pleasure.

 

ABC

ABC Player

For the latest of your favorite ABC content, in the easiest-to-navigate TV app ever.

 

PBS

PBS

Thousands of full-length PBS programs to choose from.

 

TED

TED

“Talks from some of the world’s most fascinating people, education radicals, tech geniuses, medical mavericks, business gurus and music legends.”

 

Smithso

Smithsonian Channel for iPad

“Smithsonian Channel is dedicated to television that explores the history of our planet, life and culture. This app introduces a brand new way to watch, find and explore our vast video collection.”

 

 

CBS

CBS

For the latest of your favorite CBS content.
(Finally!)

 

Crackle

Crackle

Watch movies and TV series for free.

 

 

NBC

NBC

For the latest of your favorite NBC content.

 

 

The CW

The CW

For the latest of your favorite CW content.

 

Fanhattan

Fanhattan

“With one-stop access to your favorite apps: HBO, Netflix, Hulu Plus, iTunes, NBC, Lifetime, Cinemax, PBS and more – Fanhattan lets you find, follow and watch movies and shows, and even build a universal WatchList so you can get alerts the moment new episodes and releases are available.”

 

What’s your favorite app(s) for watching free TV or movie content?

 

 

 

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  • Nina Cleven

    Nice list. Another site you might find enjoyable is the NFB “National Film Board of Canada”.