IMDb Mobile Beta v0.5 Released
Member Blade0rz brings us this cool IMDb application, it uses the iPhone’s IMDb API to directly retrieve information from IMDb and display it on your phone. You’ll be able to use the IMDb features you’re used to like, Movies, actors, trivia and ratings.
Originally posted by Blade0rz
Unlike other IMDb apps which parse IMDb pages for information, this app uses the iPhone IMDb API to retrieve information from IMDb.com and display it on your Windows Mobile.
- 1. This application downloads a lot of data. Please ensure you’re using an unlimited data plan
- 2. The “Download Thumbnails” feature is unstable. If you’re experiencing a lot of errors, switch this off & soft-reset the device.
- 3. The application downloads data as-required. Therefore a constant data connection is preferred. Areas where signal is intermittent may cause errors
- Search Movies/TV/Video Games/Actors
- Finger-friendly interface
- DVD Covers
- Actor Headshots
- Top 250
- Coming Soon List
- App-To-Date Support
- TV Episode Listings
- Movie Certificates
- .NET Framework 3.5
- (W)VGA Resolution
For more information continue on to the application thread
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