Viewers can use the BBC’s connected red button directly from BBC channels to access iPlayer and the BBC Sport and News Apps, offering live sport, video highlights, headlines and scores.
The addition of apps for video sharing site Dailymotion, music on-demand site Deezer, kids service Hopster, news service Euronews and expat-focused TV service Cloudio TV will be followed by further additions in the coming months, according to EE.
“We’ve designed EE TV so that we can regularly offer customers exciting new content and services without them needing to update their set top box,” said Pippa Dunn, chief marketing officer, EE.
“We’re continuing to develop new partnerships and features, so customers can expect to receive more updates over time – allowing them to make the most from their home TV experience.”
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