NextGuide, the app that tells you when and where your favorite shows are on, is finally on the iPhone.
It has many of the same functions as the iPad app and aims to . Users can pick their favorite shows and keep track of when, and where, the shows are available online or on TV.
As more and more television has surfaced online, a handful of companies are vying to be the one-stop-shop consumers go to locate the content they're looking for. Fanhattan has long aimed to be a catch-all video search tool, and recently unveiled ato integrate cable TV, streaming video, and DVR recordings through a single interface. M-Go, which was , recently added an "Also find it on" button on its Web service that will link customers to other sites that have whatever content they searched.
Jeremy Toeman, chief executive of NextGuide's parent Dijit Media, said he believes NextGuide has found a place in the market, though.
"We first launched NextGuide a year ago on our mission to reinvent the concept of the TV Guide...we have definitely struck a chord with the modern TV fan," Toeman said in a statement. He said the iPhone app takes "a whole new approach to what the experience should be: simple, streamlined, beautiful."
In addition to the NextGuide apps, the company previously launched Dijit Remote, a universal remote app linked to an infrared remote control accessory, and Miso, a social TV app that let users log what they were watching for points.