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Official iPhone App Discussion and Support Thread

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  • mattk
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    Re: Official iPhone App Discussion and Support Thread

    Originally posted by Patrick View Post
    Nothing at this time, though we could revisit in the future.

    Seriously? I'm so tired of iPhone getting apps developed first when now Android's user base has surpassed iPhone. A year or two ago, that would make sense, but now I just don't see it.

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  • sdtodd
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    I would love to have an app that works with Windows Mobile (still on 6.5 - thanks to Verizon hating on WM). Why does everything have to be about iPhones???

    My HTC Imagio needs some Movies/TV too!

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  • coachkecz
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    I think the app only works with the VUDU Box, not any of the new TV or Blu-Ray players with VUDU streaming.

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  • vfjdesign
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    Hi Newbie here...
    Why can't I purchase or rent from the iphone app, it shows my Vizio blueray player and I select it and it just says "Purchase failed. please try again later (0) Would really be an awesome app if it could do this!

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  • Treksdot
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    Hello, any chance of an update to this application to make it fully compatible with the new iPad? Currently the iPhone app can be loaded onto an iPad but when trying to use it with the pixel doubling it just looks like utter crap. Hate to use the N word but the Netflix for iPad app looks nice and instantly loads anything I select. So please consider updating and redesigning VUDU for the iPad if you aren't already. Thank you.

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  • matrix2004
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    New guy here.

    We need an app for the Blackberry Storm. Pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

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  • NA9D
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    I don't think you can access your wish list anywhere but on the box. It's a feature we've been asking for for a long time now....

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  • mebby
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    Originally posted by Douglas View Post
    The iPhone app is very nice but it is missing "My Wish List". Just to explain, I review the catalog and What New, and Coming Soon, and add them to my Wish List. It would sure be great to download that list so I could make my choices from there.

    Douglas
    I'd have to agree. And by coincidence I came across this same idea on Sunday as I was waiting on my car at the car wash. I was browsing through the library trying to find something to watch after dinner. It would've been very helpful to have my wishlist available for that process...

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  • Douglas
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    The iPhone app is very nice but it is missing "My Wish List". Just to explain, I review the catalog and What New, and Coming Soon, and add them to my Wish List. It would sure be great to download that list so I could make my choices from there.

    Douglas

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  • MaxH
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    You know, the more I use it, the more glaring its shortcomings become. There's no metadata and no way to bring up the poster full-screen. Either one would probably jog my memory of whether I wanted to see a particular movie or not better than the current setup.

    And I'm still finding it tedious to go back to the list then tap on the next movie, rather than just flick to the next one from the details screen. I want to flip through all of the New to Rent or HDX movies, and the way the app is currently set up, it's still more of a pain than it should be.

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  • NA9D
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    Originally posted by xnigelx View Post
    yeah ill be looking for a WM6 app to work on my fuze!

    for the record mac is actually very awsome. unfortunately thier price point blows. its what 1300 for a basic laptop?

    The basic 2 GHz MacBook sells for $999: http://store.apple.com/us/browse/hom...ok?mco=MTE3MzM

    It's a better laptop than most Windows ones out there that sell for less.

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  • tamanaco
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    I just had to share this iPhone clip

    http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1899978

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  • xnigelx
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    yeah ill be looking for a WM6 app to work on my fuze!

    for the record mac is actually very awsome. unfortunately thier price point blows. its what 1300 for a basic laptop?
    Just a side note: With bootcamp apples will run vista better than most PCs

    of course this doesnt really apply to the people who build thier own pc.

    I would buy a mac if i had that kind of money but id rather spend 1000 on a tricked out desktop

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  • Nded
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    Originally posted by NA9D View Post
    Come on, Ed and Ron. You guys will NEVER buy anything Apple. You've both made that clear and you never have anything good to say about them. I dislike Microsoft but I do own their stock and several of their products. Don't tell me I'm blinded by the RDF. I've been spending a large part of the last week writing VBScript for some customized Outlook forms we have. I don't think either of you would try to enhance an Apple product let alone ever use one...

    For the record, I have purchased an Apple computer. When the G3's hit the market in the mid-90's I purchased one. Finally, a "real" computer vs. the mono-puters. This was something I could integrate into our computer lab training system product line. Much to my disappointment, Apple has pretty much swung back to all-in-one devices again, which makes it pretty much impossible for a hardware developer to enhance their finished product. I'd still like to partner up with somebody that could write a simple GUI application for the Mac that would support some very basic RS232 command control functions (for my church market media ministry distribution system). Do any of you guys have programming skils on the Mac platform?

    The Apple Co. just doesn't make it very welcoming for the entrepreneur to develop products to work on a Mac. As far as I can tell, the Apple company has decided to take a "Not Invented Here" stance for any outside innovation. I'm willing, they just are not interested.

    Way Off Topic now, sorry.

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  • tamanaco
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    I don't know for how long this Nexflix Mobile has existed, but it appears that it even shows movie previews. There is a Mobile Netflix site, but I don't know what it looks like as I don't have a Netflix account. Maybe Vudu can start with a generic mobile site so users of "any" mobile phone with a browser can get access to the movie catalog, start the downloading process of HDX content remotely and add to the Wish List.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9_ZkhCyxpc

    mobile.netflix.com

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