Download WHNT’s Apps for Your New Smart Phone, Tablet

Posted on: 10:50 am, December 30, 2013, by , updated on: 01:43pm, April 3, 2014

TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) – Make sure you download WHNT News 19′s free apps.

Our apps are available for iOS and Android.  They offer updated news, weather, sports and community information.  You can watch our live newscasts and check live streaming radar, too.

Here is more information about each of the apps we offer.

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The WHNT app updates instantly and offers news, weather, sports and live streaming video.  When we’re on the air, you can watch our newscasts right there on your mobile device.  When it’s not newscast time, we send through live streaming radar.

We also send out alerts for breaking news, weather, sports and traffic.  You can turn off these notifications or adjust ‘quiet time’ so the alerts won’t wake you up.  By default, ‘quiet time’ is turned on from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.

You can also take pictures through the WHNT app and LiveAlert 19 app and send them right to us.  You can either take a new picture or choose one from your photo library and send it straight to the newsroom.  We often use viewer photos on our newscasts, website and social media sites.

Our Live Alert 19 weather app offers extra weather maps for tracking, and the 7-day forecast.  Watch our broadcasts anywhere – from the mall, from work, and in the event you are taking shelter during a storm.

Check out WHNT’s various free apps today!

Note: WHNT’s apps are available on most iOS devices (iPhones, iPads, etc.) through iTunes.  If you have an Android device, you can download our apps through Google Play – just search ‘WHNT’. Many Android devices support WHNT’s apps, but some do not.


  • Robert Klier says:

    How about a BlackBerry 10 version of the apps? I know that Apple and Android are the top two operating systems but there are also a lot of us BlackBerry users out here as well.


  • Robert, our developers create and update the app for the phones that most people have, and that’s Android and Apple, as you said. Blackberries make up a very small percentage of the phone market these days. I’m sorry.

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