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Russia: my friends and me are using Skype, and we'd absolutely love to have it on Philips TVs! I have a 55PFL6606H, and it would be great to be able to download some update from your website that will enable it to use Skype with the help of a simple webcam connected through a USB. Hope this will be possible soon!!!
Finnish Broadcasting Company's Areena would be a very good app. Sony has it already.
there is also a video portal: MyVideo. They have already an hbbtv application available. Maybe you can add to the available NetTV apps?
Worked fine on my 42PFL7695K/02, as far as I have tested.
I have found it on hbbig.com, which might also be added.
Just found another interesting:
Nice videos with news on consumer electronics. german.
Seems that there is a couple of nice hbb sites, which I did not know as they are not in NetTV. However, they are working. But they are difficult to add to the favorites of internet. Since one has to type the complete url. Would be good to be able to just add it with menu.
There is also Mercedes Menz TV: http://mbtv.nettv.xooz.de
Seems also to work fine on my TV. Strange that there is VW in NetTV but not Mercedes. Maybe too expensive?
And just one more, also german: MySpass ( http://philips.hybridtv.myspass.de/philips/ )
Please add this one to the app gallery. I would like to add it. There are complete shows from german TV like Stromberg, Dr. Psycho, TV Total and some more.
this is really great - l like watching mixed-tapes...
So Google+ is coming when?
I hate FB's functionality and had been using G+ from the day one it came for test use.
It would be nice to add support for Skype and Jiwa
Hey Philips Guys,
all these new applications (skype, you tube, etc...) are nice but the real need, right now, is to have the TV connected to a wireless keyboard + trackball via USB.
Is too annoying typing the message/adresses/etc... using the remote control or the primitive virtual keyboard on the screen.
Philips, please take care of this missing feature on our TV.
@Nettle: Did you try the smartphone app? I use it and I think making use of the smartphone keyboard really helps here. Also a smartphone is more handy as a real keyboard.
Of course, you can type more and better with a real keyboard, but I do not interact with the TV as much as with a computer. Its more a multi-user device, interacting as much might annoy others. But this is just my opinion.
I've got a BlackBerry so, to purchase an Android or and Apple smartphone in order to interact with thew TV would be a no sense. Alot of user are in this situation anbd Philips is not supporting the wireless keyboard connection.