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April 9, 2009

Mac users get apology for 4oD delays


by David Allen

The catch up service from Channel Four, 4oD, has been a service exclusively for Windows users, but the broadcaster has recently released a video made especially for Apple users, signalling the fact that they can use the service now.

Channel Four has now introduced a Flash based version of the website, which finally means that Mac users are going to able to access and use the 4oD catch up service from now on.

In fact, Channel Four, by way of an apology, produced the video to say sorry for the delay.

The catch up service allows users to watch programmes that have been broadcast during the previous week and has been available for Windows users for a long time, while Mac users could only sit back and wait for the opportunity to see their Channel Four favourites.

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