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Apple Adds Video Streaming To iTunes Festival London 2013 iOS App

Apple has updated its iTunes Festival London 2013 iOS app adding support for video streaming, making it possible for iDevice owners to watch the event's 30 nights of live music on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Just a few days back, we told you how iDevice and Apple TV owners would be able to check on the iTunes Festival, which takes place in London every year, using one of Apple's products. As a reminder, this year's line-up includes One Direction, Usher, and more:
First held in 2007, the iTunes Festival is held at London’s historic The Roundhouse in North London. Past performers have included Adele, Paul Simon, and Amy Winehouse. This year, Apple has invited 60 artists to attend including One Direction, Usher, and Norah Jones. Typically held earlier each summer, the 2012 iTunes Music Festival was delayed due to the Summer Olympic Games, which London hosted in July.
Now, Apple has updated its iTunes Festival London 2013 app accordingly, adding support for video streaming. No further changes have been made to the free iOS application, which is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. As such, if you're planning on streaming the iTunes Festival come September, it's essential that you update your iTunes Festival London 2013 app beforehand to the recently released version 4.1. [caption id="attachment_456686" align="aligncenter" width="332"] iTunes Festival London 2013.[/caption] Check out the updated application now, or for more of today's app news, see: Bulkypix's Link The Slug Lazily Rips Off ZeptoLab's Pudding MonstersThinglist 'Want To-Do' App Now Lets You Easily Share Your Things With Others, and Keek 4.0 Features New iOS 7-Inspired Interface, Video Recording Upgrades And More.
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