More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Movie Times With Flix
You’re sitting around, it’s Friday night, you and your buddies are trying to figure out what time that new movie is showing at the theater down the street. Sometimes is just a pain to get on the Internet and look, but with the app Flix by jmbillings you can pull out your phone and have the movie times right at your finger tips!
If you’re a regular reader of our front page you might already know about Flix, we featured it before, but since then some updates have taken place, so if didn’t meet your criteria before it might do now.
- Better Italian translations (thanks Bbonzz!)
- New datasource for Italy (may be some odd results here, please let me know if it’s ok!)
- Fixed the “update” command line parameter for auto-updating.
- Fixed bugs in new France-Allocine download
- Added “Reset” to Config page. Deletes all data files so Flix is like a fresh-install again.
- Added initial support for Australia
- Fixed a couple of bugs in US/Canada downloads
- Movie Synopsis now finger-scrolls instead of scrollbar
- Added movie age rating for UK, US, Aus… (others in next release…)
- Fixed some display problems in SMS Sending on WVGA
- Hopefully sorted German character encoding problem!
- Download can be cancelled (experimental… )
- New Splash screen and Logo
Check out the application thread for more information.
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