Frequency has just been updated with a couple of much-requested features.
Frequency is a universal iOS app that enables you to watch the Internet as you would watch TV. It lets you discover videos from your social networks (Facebook, Twitter), from your trusted news sources (The New York Times, CNN, etc.), and from your favorite video websites (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) and lets you watch them all in one place.
Released nearly two years ago, Frequency has just been issued another major update. But this update is focused on the app’s iPad edition only.
First and foremost, the update brings Frequency’s long-awaited search feature on iPad. As a result, you can now search for videos and channels on your iOS tablet.
What’s more, you can now search for channels and add them straight to your personal tuner as custom channels, which will update every day with the latest videos, all set for you to watch.
The update also introduces a new navigation scheme on iPad that lets you switch quickly between Guide, Watch and Search. It also removes portrait view support on iPad, since Frequency is best viewed in landscape mode anyway.
The new version of Frequency is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later.
The newly updated app also includes iOS 7 improvements and various bug fixes.