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haligonia.ca announces full iTunes support!


We've made it simpler than ever for iPad, iPhone, iPod and AppleTV users to take the latest haligonia.ca content on the go. Haligonia.ca is now on iTunes!

Now every time you sync your favorite Apple device, you can have the latest local content from haligonia.ca automatically added to your video library for your viewing pleasure, anywhere. The bus, the cab, hell even the in-laws.

Even if you don't have an active internet connection, the latest videos are only a touch away.  Simple. Easy. Awesome.

How does it work? It's easy:

iPad, iPhone & iPod

1) Make sure you have iTunes installed. If you don't, download it from here.

2) Click on this link. iTunes should open automatically.  If it doesn't click on the blue "view in iTunes" button.  You should be presented with a screen similar to the picture above.

3) Click "Subscribe Free" and you're done!

 

AppleTV

1) Make sure you have iTunes installed. If you don't, download it from here.

2) Click on this link. iTunes should open automatically.  If it doesn't click on the blue "view in iTunes" button.  You should be presented with a screen similar to the picture above.

3) Click "Subscribe Free"

4) Follow the instructions at this link.

 

You can easily configure iTunes to download and keep only a selected number of episodes at a time.  Check out iTunes help for more info on setting these options. 

 

Problems? Comments? We'd love to hear your feedback on this service, so drop us a line.

 

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