Description of App:
myTWiT is your own personal TWiT Network on iOS!
Add your favorite shows to myTWiT for quick access to the latest episodes!
Your favorite shows sync via iCloud across your iOS devices!
View the TWiT Live stream directly from your iOS device and access the TWiT schedule!
View information about hosts and guests of an episode in one streamlined view!
Discover new content by checking out what other episodes they have appeared in!
Explore episode sponsors in one tap!
AirPlay episodes to your Apple TV!
Split Screen support for iPad!
Picture in Picture support for iPad!
***What is TWiT?***
The TWiT.tv Netcast Network with Leo Laporte features the #1 ranked technology podcast This Week in Tech, along with over 20 other top-ranked online shows.
Since 2005, TWiT shows have provided news, commentary, help, how-to and perspective on the latest trends in digital tech from seasoned experts and journalists.
Leo hosts and produces many of the shows, but as the network expands new hosts and participants are added.
All of TWiT shows are free. TWiT is supported by advertising and listener donations. TWiT limits the number of ads on each show, and only accepts advertising
from companies whose products or services benefit the TWiT audience.
Apple Watch Support:
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Device(s) App Was Tested On:
I've only played with the app for about 20 minutes or so as I have just heard about it this morning. From what I can see with the short time I been using it, the app is fully accessible. The great thing too is that the developper even mentions that in this latest version, VoiceOver support has been added, and I have to agree. From what I can see, the app doesn't seem to have the chat client, with this version, you can view the list of all the shows, view the list of episodes, add shows to your "MyTWiT" tab and watch the live stream. It also seems that you can stream the video, and audio streams. So for VoiceOver users, we can stream the audio and save on bandwith. Definitely liking this app and will definitely keep this one on my devices. The app is also available for the iPad, but I haven't taken a look at it yet, but if it's anything like the iPhone version, I suspect it too will be fully accessible.