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The APPvice Team
On APPvice episode 19, Christopher and Jennifer chatted about cinema apps. Ever been out to dinner and want to catch a movie afterwards?
On APPvice Episode 18 we discussed some of our favorite Android launchers.
Being an Xbox live subscriber, I decided to give Flixster a thorough trial. I have been a cord-cutter for some time. Therefore, I rely on streaming services to view media. Having used it for the past week, I learned that Flixster is a fabulous streaming solution. Continue Reading
There are many reasons I love Dropbox and have been a faithful user for years. I will not go into all the points, but do want to mention how very much I adore the Camera Upload feature of the Dropbox app on my device.
It is always exciting to see two awesome services come together. I have been a longtime TiVo® customer and watched their service grow immensely since they launched back in 1997. TiVo® is a pioneer in home entertainment and created the first (and best, imo) DVR. Today, TiVo® is fresher than ever and offers users the ability to watch live or DVR’d television, as well as stream videos, movies, photos, podcasts, and music via a wide assortment of services, one of which is Spotify.
Confession… I am a TiVo® fangirl. In my opinion, the best DVR interface is that which belongs to TiVo®. However, old media/television content is becoming a tad “old school” these days. Therefore a few years ago, I cut the cord, purchased an HD antenna, and have been using my TiVo® Premiere to DVR local stations. Remember TiVo® from years ago? Well, it is not what it is today. Say hello to NEW MEDIA (web content). I am able to use my TiVo® Premiere box to access an assortment of new media content. This is why cutting the cord works so well… new media access. TiVo® offers an assortment of great web content services. I am also able to view my personal content on my TiVo®, but I’ll save that for another post. (Fangirl needs to get back on track.)
There is a lot of hype happening right now around RSS apps (primarily due to the fact that Google Reader is shutting down soon). Oddly enough, just prior to this news Christopher and I (Jennifer) had gotten together on the Total iPad podcast to discuss two RSS apps… Mr. Reader and Google Currents.
The discussion/show is broken into two parts…