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Daily Series for Windows Phone 7
If you watch TV series, you may find this app interesting. XDA member ranucci presents Daily Series for your Windows Phone 7. The application will let you follow the upcoming episodes of your favorites series and manga displaying the number of episodes aired since the last launch of the app. It is available in French and English and probably Spanish & German will be added on future updates. You can find a settings page and a detailed description of your selected series as well. The free lite version is limited to 3 favorite shows with no time limit.
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Originally posted by ranucci
Tv shows tracking app (Dev in progress)
This is the preview of app developped by the dwilin dev team. Follow the incoming episodes of your favorites series and manga.
we at the “last tweaks” phase, and we could use a little advice from potential customers
Just added the live tile functionality:
The app is composed of 3 main screens:
1 panorama containing
– “my daily” : the incoming episodes. with buttons to mark episodes as acquired / watched. orange is for “aired” blue is for “acquired”
– “manager” : to manage favorite shows / add shows to favorites
– What’s new : a random selection of the last updated shows.
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