filmlovr app now available for iPhone
[MobilePRwire] – FILMLOVR – Available now, the app ‘filmlovr’ allows users to browse the details of over 100,000 films, powered by TheMovieDb.org. By adding friends, users can recommend films directly from within the app and share their knowledge and love of film. With iTunes integration and the ability to keep track of the films they have watched, loved or own, the filmlovr app makes sharing the love of film fun!
Often, in discovering new films to watch, we rely on close friends who have a common interest, rather then spurious comments and reviews about a film from strangers. filmlovr’s aim is to facilitate the sharing of the users films they love by allowing users to create a social film network whereby they can readily send film recommendation to friends or see how they compare to others with regards to films they have seen and may or may not have loved.
Users of the filmlovr app can view details of over 100,00 films powered by TheMovieDB.org API, view biography pages of the cast and crew, browse a variety film posters and even impressive filmstills and multiple trailers for a single film. Predefined film categories include films now showing in UK cinemas, and by sorting on films most watched, can get a clear indication of what current films people are seeing! By adding friends, users can send direct film recommendations with comments where the recipient can approve choice recommendations for later reference. With direct iTunes integration for 10,000+ films, users can even rent or buy recommended films without delay!
The filmlovr app is free to download now from the App Store worldwide. Future enhancements include personal film lists, UK cinema times, advanced filtering and further links to purchase films.
The app is supported by the website http://www.filmlovr.com
Filmlovr app is developed by Leaded Sky Studios Ltd, UK based software company.
Leaded Sky Studios Ltd is a development company, with the aim of taking start-up ideas from the notepad to the user as quickly as possible, using the latest development tools such as Ruby on Rails, AngularJS and Titanium Appcelerator