The tvtag app is currently only available for the iPhone, with the Android and Web apps coming “soon.” tvtag gives users a feed of TV moments which they can tag with comments, doodles and memes, then share them on Twitter and Facebook. They can also check in to a show, unlock digital stickers, or vote in polls.
Other than the social aspect, tvtag also acts as a hub for information about TV shows, where users can get cast information, show trivia and real-time trending searches from other users. This means it is extremely useful for sports fans as well, as it provides play-by-play moments, live stats, play descriptions and field positions that are updated in real-time.
i.TV CEO Brad Pelo notes that tvtag is essentially a one-stop app for anything to do with TV. “With tvtag, you can say what you think about that epic slam dunk, create a doodle or meme from Miley Cyrus’ latest televised performance, or find out what that-one-actor’s name is on The Walking Dead, all in the context of an actual scene at your fingertips. All without switching apps,” he says.
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