Here’s a common scenario - you’re watching your favourite show on the box and you post comments on either Twitter or Facebook about said show, with the proposed hashtags. Be it crap performances on The X Factor or crap performances of the England football team, we love to interact with other users on social networking sites, who are probably musing over the same things.
The makers of ZeeBox have created a new free app, which merges the two together. It’s a new interactive TV guide which combines watching TV with real-time news and tags, information about everything you’re watching and built-in social features. Designed from the guys who brought us BBC iPlayer, ZeeBox really is intuitive as it is unique. Gorgeous design, simple UI and stupidly ease of use, it really is a joy to use.
I have been using since it’s launch and I still have yet to find any faults with it. The iPad app is incredible to use and I’m particularly looking forward to the summer when Euro 2012 and the London Olympics kick-off. There’s nothing like watching a major sporting event, without discussing it with your friends or colleagues and ZeeBox have made the bridge of interacting via social media, as seamless as possible.
A must have app for anyone who loves TV. Even if you don’t, just try it.