Those who desperately need to watch tomorrow's inauguration on their iPhone are in luck.
Just in the nick of time, Apple's App Store approved the Ustream iPhone Viewing Application. It's only available in WiFi "to ensure the highest quality broadcast on the iPhone." That may change in the future, the company says.
Of course, it's not only for watching the 44th president take the oath of office. iPhone users will be able to "watch and chat with any Ustream show" via their phone. You can download it here. All sorts of events, from big-time concerts to high school football games (some of which may be at least as popular as a Taylor Swift concert), will be available via Ustream.
Ustream.tv was founded in 2006 to help soldiers overseas more efficiently connect with their families. It's evolved into a way for anyone with a camera to broadcast online. Check out their backstory here.
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