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What is iTube?

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ITube is a service that allows users to watch Internet television from any computer that runs a Macintosh operating system. According to CNET, this service provides access to more than 15,000 channels, which include uncensored entertainment, music, news and educational videos.

ITube gets videos from webcams and live video feeds. This service has a database of over 2 million videos, which users can search through via an Internet Video Search feature. Since videos for this service are pulled from all over the world, they can be watched in a wide array of languages. There is no version of this service available for computers that run on a Windows operating system.


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