According to the description shown within the app, it's an aggregator of freely available content: "We collect channels [sic] data from various published sources on Internet.We do not guarantee its correctness and other legal information." There's also a notice offering to take down any channels by request from "owners or producers." What's interesting, though, is that the app has been around since October 2012, in both the Google Play store and Amazon Appstore.The app was updated in November 2016 to provide a sleeker, responsive look.FREE DOWNLOAD: i Phone | Android____________________________________________________________________________________Storm Tracking App The newest weather app from News 6 gives viewers instant access to interactive radar, while also providing the daily forecast and an extended outlook.We're living in a cord-cutter's world where everyone seems to be ditching their cable and satellite subscriptions in favor of the cheaper alternative: streaming.The problem is, when we clense ourselves of all those pesky cords we also lose a wide range of local news broadcasts.
— Adguard is able to block ALL kinds of ads, not only in browsers but also in games and apps! The service has sparked lawsuits from TV broadcast giants including ABC, CBS (the parent of CNET), Fox, NBC Universal, and Telemundo, which alleged last year that the service infringes their copyrights and that Aereo must pay them retransmission fees.Indeed, some channels (including Disney XD, Spike, and Showtime) flat out don't work.The design doesn't feel intuitive which leaves you to make a lot of the same mistakes over and over again.Some menus and channels are a little hard to find and on top of this, there is no indicator about which news station is the local, leaving you to cross your fingers and take a guess.