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    This New UI . . .

    Feels like a major step back for VUDU.

    VUDU has never had the prettiest UI--that award belongs to AppleTV--but I have always thought it to be one of the most functional UIs. Much, much better than Prime Video, FandangoNow, or an of its other competitors. But why take away its functionality and keep the same visuals? Please bring back filtering options--STAT. It's hard to navigate these large collections without it.

    #2
    It's great on the Xbox One, but everywhere else it's a headache.

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      #3
      So far it gets a big F. You can't even look at for sale titles and know what you own without clicking on the titles. Not to mention that most of my wishlist says it's free to watch or on sale, but click on a title and find out neither is the case.

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        #4
        I agree, and they removed sorting by MPAA and Tomatometer on the ROKU app. So frustrating, we used those all the time.

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          #5
          Busy, busy, busy, busy, busy, busy, busy.... Get the point, the new UI with the "Sale" or whatever banner on every title whether you own it or not is BUSY!!!

          This is distracting and does not promote a real happy feeling when searching for a title to purchase, you are bombarded with BUSYNESS, NOT attractive at all. You now have to hover over the title or select the title to determine if you own it or not, not very satisfying or rewarding, the express goal of marketing and advertising is that feeling of "satisfaction" and "reward" in the customer after they take and action.

          At the very least roll back to the old UI, then reboot and reprogram to remove all of the busyness, it really distracts from the site on a marketing level (that should concern you all).

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            #6
            Originally posted by divedeeper12 View Post
            I agree, and they removed sorting by MPAA and Tomatometer on the ROKU app. So frustrating, we used those all the time.
            Yeah, there's been movies I've bought that I would have not really noticed, except when I ordered the sale items by Tomatometer they rise to the top with great reviews that got me interested.

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              #7
              You know, I have suggestions for this new Vudu UI.
              Add more studios to the filter:
              - 1091 Media
              - A24
              - Broad Green Pictures
              - Relativity Media
              - STX Entertainment

              As for the Cast & Crew section of films, it would be good to add these credits:
              - Co-Producer
              - Music
              - Editor
              - Cinematographer
              - Costume Designer
              - Production Designer
              - Casting

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