The app offers free streaming video content from CBS (including CBS News, Sports, and Radio), the CW, and Showtime, as well as CBS-owned Cnet and some other place. Most of the content consists of clips, interviews, and promos, but you’ll also find full episodes of some TV shows, such as “CSI: Miami” and the aforementioned Richard Dean Anderson classic mixed in (well, to be honest, there weren’t many other shows I could find full episodes of at first glance). Full episodes are presented as multiple clips instead of as a single video. You can search for shows using the Search box at the top, or tap on the Shows and Channels buttons to browse in other ways.There’s also a category list—available after tapping on the More button—that lists News, Sports, Music, TV Shows, and Science & Technology categories. Under Music, for example, you can further refine your search and find YouTube clips of different artists.A “Shake to Shuffle” feature rewards jiggling your iPhone with a randomly selected item.When you first load the app, you start off on the homepage. Scroll vertically to see featured videos, or scroll the top bar horizontally to select a video channel. The interface is responsive and intuitive, similar in speed to the YouTube app that’s already living on your iPhone. When you play a video, the TV.com app converts the iPhone into landscape mode for full-screen viewing (the YouTube app does this as well). During video playback, you just tap the screen to bring up the controls.As you’re browsing, you can bookmark videos by adding them to your Favorites folder, or, even better, add the show to your My Feed. The My Feed page gets automatically updated with new episodes of your favorite shows—a nifty trick that keeps you up to date on your favorite programming. Think of it as a cross between RSS and TiVo’s Season Pass feature. The App TV.com app works on EDGE, 3G, and Wi-Fi.Try it for free and you won’t regret!