If you’re a fan of Channel 4 in the UK and Ireland, you’ll like the latest update to 4OD.
Both the iOS and Android version of the catch-up TV service now lets users download content to watch on their device up to 30 days after the initial broadcast, with a further seven days offered to watch the content.
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This brings the service in line with BBC iPlayer which introduced similar functionality last year, though for now that remains restricted to iOS.
The upshot of all this, as you may have guessed, is that you’ll be able to download shows from Channel 4 and watch anywhere – including when you go abroad on holiday, or any Internet blackspot.
You’ll now see a little download icon next to each programme, but it’s worth noting that you’ll only be able to download a show over WiFi.
An additional update has been introduced for the iOS version in the form of Collections, which are essentially editorial compilations linking programmes together by theme or subject matter.
Channel 4 only launched the native Android app back in February this year, so it’s nice to see it getting the 30-day download window at the same time as its iOS counterpart, even if it has to wait for the additional Collections feature.
The refreshed apps are available to download now.
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