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Boxee 0.9.14 includes geo-based app filtering

updated 11:10 pm EDT, Thu July 16, 2009

Boxee 0.9.14 released

Boxee, the self-proclaimed social media centre application, has been updated to version 0.9.14. The update includes Geo-based app filtering that enables developers to specify which countries their application is accessible. Boxee 0.9.14 additionally allows developers to mark their applications and RSS feeds as "adult" which will assist users in filtering unwanted content. Below the browsing menu there is now an option to view unresolved videos Boxee has found on the users home network. The unresolved videos can then be categorized using the "recognize" feature.

The latest version features various bug fixes on Mac, Windows, Ubuntu and Apple TV related to the Boxee Browser and audio-playback issues that caused computer crashes. The update additionally fixes the bug that caused the users screen to freeze when playing video and switching between the now playing screen and other screens.

Boxee is an open-source project that is used to play a wide range of digital video formats, images, and music. The project also integrates social networking features that allows content to be reviewed and recommended. Boxee has also updated its website dashboard, incorporating a new find friends feature. Boxee 0.9.14 is available from the Boxee website for free.



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