Watch uncensored Internet Television with iTube! for Mac OS X

East Bay Technologies has released iTube! 1.1 which they call “the largest resource available for viewing Internet Television, with over 1500 channels of TV, Live Video Channels and Webcams, plus an Internet Video Search, with over 2 million videos.”

“You can watch UNCENSORED news, music videos, education and entertainment channels from around the world. iTube! is ideal for people interested in alternative programming, learning languages, foreign cultures, entertainment or news,” East Bay’s website reads.

iTube! requires Mac OS X 10.2, 10.3 or greater with Safari browser, RealPlayer and Windows Media Player.

iTube! retails for US$24.00. More info here.


  1. This is a joke, right? No? Oh well. I don’t use RO or WMP and I don’t need no iBootToob. The product name is silly too … totally unoriginal. I wonder why this is here?

  2. Surely there is a way to view all of those channels without buying this thing. I mean, they can’t control the feeds, right? It seems that this thing is just a clearing house center for 1500 video feeds on the internet. Right?

  3. It seems to be the Google for internet video. They catalog all of the video they can find, and then using their software to display this directory, you can access the video directly from the list. It’s somewhat similar to an internet video Sherlock.

    With their constant mentioning and emboldening of the word “uncensored”, it is probably focussed more on the porn industry. They could even have their own 500 “channels” of video porn streaming. Using Apple’s Quicktime Streaming Server ( ), it’d be very easy to do.

  4. My best guess (since there is almost no information on the software company’s web site) is that this program keeps a list of URLs for any and all streaming video they can find, and then the program maybe uses Mac OS X’s built-in HTML rendering along with browser plug-ins to display the streaming video in its own window?

    I looked at their channel list and said to myself “gee, I wonder what Iranian TV is like?” I copied the channel name info from their list and googled it and a couple links later I was watching a live Iranian cooking show in (ack!) Windoze Media Player. I also found this free site: – a guide to streaming television stations that broadcast around the world – gives direct links to the video streams.

    I think I’ll keep my $24 in my pocket, thanks.

  5. I just emailed their customer support and they notified me that Quicktime support will be coming out in the Fall. I’ll look forward to purchasing this product then. A demo would be cool though…

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