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IMDb Mobile v0.3
Blade0rz has created an IMDb application that mimics the iPhone IMDb app and uses a direct connection to app.imdb.com.
With this app you can search for movies, actors, TVshows and much more, it features a finger friendly interface.
Take a look at his thread here for the full details.
Originally Posted by Blade0rzUnlike other IMDb apps which parse IMDb pages for information, this app uses the iPhone IMDb API to retrieve information from IMDb.com and displays it on your Windows Mobile.
Update – v0.3
The application now directly mimics the iPhone App, so no external server is required – direct connection to app.imdb.com. The source code was ported to C# from the great work done by the guys at imdb-php.
This application is still in beta, so please leave your feedback, requests & bug reports here!
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