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TwitchTV now has a free iPhone app


5:45 PM on 10.26.2011
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Twitch.TV now has its very own iPhone app that's available at this very moment for your downloading pleasure. Oh, and did I mention it was free? Now there's no excuse not to tune into Destructoid's Twitch.TV channel!

I was able to check out the iPad version of the app and it works exactly how you'd want it to. The home slide shows you a list of the most streamed games, such as Halo: Reach and Starcraft II. Next to that there's a featured list and, as you might guess, it shows all the featured channels. The last two slides are the search and following buttons. Watching a stream works like a dream, the only problem is that you either have to look at the stream or look at the chat, as the latter takes up the whole screen. So who's going to give this a test run tonight and check out Destructoid's Twitch.TV channel while using the app?






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