Watch Free Online Television with Online TV Player

I earlier wrote about Watching Online TV Channels, Live and Free Way and then also introduced you to AnyTV Player, which lets you watch Live Television Channels for Free over the Internet. 

Going with the same theme of helping you watch your television channels for free, i write about another tool called Online TV Player.

Online TV Player lets you watch 850+ free Internet TV and listen 1500+ free online radio stations on your PC. It allows watcher to watch directly into TV without having to experience the annoyances of a Web site (like slow-loading pages and pop-up ads). No additional equipment required. Online TV Player support both Windows Media and Real Video. You can play most of stream formats in one program. It can set the screen window to any size that you want. It supports full-screen mode too.

 

Watch free online televsion using Online TV Player

Image: Watch free online televsion using Online TV Player

Interestingly, Online TV Player streams 250 Channels from the United States, 96 from China, 57 From United Kingdom and 32 from Russia. 

Online TV Player offers two mode for viewing, Basic Mode is free and has quite a good number of channels. For the Pro Version, you need to pay a fee of 29.88$. I would recommend that you go for a Pro-version only if the channels of your choice are not available anywhere else for free.

Get a complete list of channels to watch free online television using Online TV Player here.You can download Online TV Player from here.

 

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Track Your Lost or Stolen Mobile Phone Using Phone Guardian

If you are someone who is worried about losing your S60 Symbian cellphone, Phone Guardian can help you put rest to your worries.

Phone Guardian is a mobile security anti-thief software for your Series 60 v3 Symbian smartphones. In case your mobile is forgotten or stolen, Phone Guardian will allow you to remotely secure and auto lock your Symbian mobile by sending a lock SMS. 

Once you have locked the cellphone using Phone Guardian, it stays secure and in order to unlock it you need to send an SMS. Also, you can enable Phone Guardian to send automatically a secure SMS, with information that allows you to catch the thief. This is by default enabled on SIM Change.

Phone Guardian lets you search for lost mobile phone.

Image: Phone Guardian lets you search for lost mobile phone.

Key Features of Phone Guardian Software are:

  • Remote mobile lock and unlock with lock SMS
  • Phone Guardian becomes active (locks the mobile, emits the siren) when a different SIM card is inserted or on lock SMS.
  • Operator specific and location information is automatically sent to the number specified, including the number of SIM, IMSI and CellID numbers. You can then use this data to map the location of the cell phone using CellToMap.
  • Siren option can be put on and off.
  • Uninstall possible only with secure password.
  • Phone lock is independent from phone restart. This means that if you have locked the phone, it cannot be unlocked by restarting. The only way to unlock the phone is by sending a specific sms with password details.
Do note that this software is useful for mobile phones which run on Symbian 9.1 Series 60 3rd Edition Operating System. Click here for a complete list of compatible devices.
Download Phone Guardian. Remember, Phone Guardian is a shareware application and you would be required to pay after the free trial period for the software is over.
If you are someone who also wants to protect your Laptop from getting stolen, You might also be interested in reading my previous post on How To Track your Lost or Stolen Laptop.
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