Nine new apps added to LG web connected NetCast TVs

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lg-netcast.jpgIf you’re the lucky owner of an LG TV with web connected NetCast features, you’ll soon be getting a free software update that will add nine new apps to your television.

BBC iPlayer, Acetrax, Google Maps, Facebook, Twitter and Vtuner apps are among the new additions, which will intall themselves the next time you enter the NetCast portal.

Stephen Gater, head of marketing home entertainment at LG UK said: “People want to be entertained and the role of the traditional TV is changing. We’re committed to offering our customers a fully connected home and these new applications will further enhance our current offering”.

“Having catch-up TV, movies, and social networking on demand will mean that people’s TVs are truly the hub of the living room. Services like Facebook, BBC iPlayer and Acetrax mean that people can now enjoy what they want, whenever they like”.

Gerald Lynch

11 comments

  • does any one know if love film is coming to Netcast please?

    they have a groupon advertised for just 6 quid!

  • I just bought a new tv LG TV as well and only have 4 apps, Netfix, VUDU, MLB and Picasa. When will we be able to get more apps?

  • Just bought an LG TV yesterday. After connecting to wired Ethernet and the software upgrade happening, all I get is 3 apps – major league baseball, You Tube and Picasa photo app. How do you get more apps?

  • When is this suppose to happen? I just talked to LG customer service and they said there are no new apps. I was told a few months ago when I bought the tv that they would be adding apps, but I’m afraid they are going to forget about those of us who aren’t ready to buy a new tv.

  • When is this suppose to happen? I just talked to LG customer service and they said there are no new apps. I was told a few months ago when I bought the tv that they would be adding apps, but I’m afraid they are going to forget about those of us who aren’t ready to buy a new tv.

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