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New, free PC based TV guide from DigiGuide

DigiGuide Lite is a new TV guide from GipsyMedia Limited. It's been designed to fill the gap between the free web site and magazine TV guides, and the more powerful DigiGuide TV Guide.

DigiGuide Lite is a new TV guide from GipsyMedia Limited. It's
published on UK Free TV

DigiGuide Lite is a new TV guide from GipsyMedia Limited. It's been designed to fill the gap between the free web site and magazine TV guides, and the more powerful DigiGuide TV Guide.

Click here to download DigiGuide lite, or see details of the latest version

DigiGuide Lite installs on any Windows XP or Vista PC and gives access to all Freeview channel information straight from the desktop. There is no need to even launch a web browser.

DigiGuide Lite includes all of the usual high level of detail found in the rest of the DigiGuide TV Guide product range including cast, year, certificates, episode and series information and more. It even links to the huge DigiGuide Library project which contains over 44,000 programmes and nearly half a million episode details.

DigiGuide Lite is small and entirely free. It's ideally suited for inclusion with magazine cover discs or new PCs without any cost to the publisher.

Additional features are planned for later versions but Miranda Wood, Sales Manager said "We are very excited about the new free DigiGuide Lite. It fills a big gap in the market and gives something back to the communities that have supported us over the last 7 years"



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