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Watch Your Favorite TV Shows on Your PC with Miro

Recently, we bought a new TV for our front room. One of the primary reasons for buying the TV is to connect it to our PC; this way, we can watch TV shows on something bigger than a desktop monitor. There are many TV shows freely available online these days. You can search YouTube, Hulu, and other great websites. But if you are looking for an integrated solution to find most, if not all, your TV shows, Miro may be the program for you.

Miro lets you search for your TV shows and brings them right to the application. You can add sites, feeds, and even save some shows to your computer. Miro also suggest shows that you may like and gives you direct links.

Screenshot of Miro 1

As you can see in the screenshot below, you can get the latest episodes of the office and other hit shows.

Screenshot of Miro 2

The quality of the shows is great and as time goes on, I’m sure high definition versions of shows will be more readily available.

Screenshot of Miro 3

After testing this program, I highly recommend Miro to mintywhite readers.

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Comments

  • Shane Allan Tingley

    Wow. I was amazed when I opened up software centre in Ubuntu and typed in Miro, just to see, and there it is =)

    Great find =D

  • Shane Allan Tingley

    Wow. I was amazed when I opened up software centre in Ubuntu and typed in Miro, just to see, and there it is =)

    Great find =D

  • Shane Allan Tingley

    Wow. I was amazed when I opened up software centre in Ubuntu and typed in Miro, just to see, and there it is =)

    Great find =D

  • Stephanie Staker

    Is this better than Hulu? Thanks for a great newsletter, Rich!

  • Stephanie Staker

    Is this better than Hulu? Thanks for a great newsletter, Rich!

  • Rich

    It all depends on what shows you want. You may find you need to use both :)

  • Rich

    It all depends on what shows you want. You may find you need to use both :)

  • Stephanie Staker

    Is this better than Hulu? Thanks for a great newsletter, Rich!

  • Rich

    It all depends on what shows you want. You may find you need to use both :)

  • snooperz

    I’ve used Miro, however I prefer Boxee. It is almost like having windows media center, since it does what miro does, and also will play your photos, and music files as well.

  • snooperz

    I’ve used Miro, however I prefer Boxee. It is almost like having windows media center, since it does what miro does, and also will play your photos, and music files as well.

  • snooperz

    I’ve used Miro, however I prefer Boxee. It is almost like having windows media center, since it does what miro does, and also will play your photos, and music files as well.

  • Varnessa

    i like the Download tv show for watch the tv shows online..


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