Never Lose Track of your Favorite TV Series Again Thanks to DroidSeries
Have you forgotten when the last episode of Lost aired? Are you tired of having to go through the internet or the TV guide just to find out when the next episode of Family Guy will air? If you are a TV series junkie, then you really need to get this app. XDA member kopus has cooked a little app for Android devices, which allows the user to keep track of his / her favorite shows in a single place. Information such as air date and series information are available at your fingertips with this.
The dev doesn’t really say anything as far as compatibility with the different Android versions, so simply download it and try it out. Feedback is welcome.
DroidSeries is a TV Series/TV Shows browser and tracker application for Android. Tacking down TV series, episodes, air dates, etc, is a difficult task as there are so many TV series. DroidSeries will help you manage your favorite TV Series and keep track of the episodes that you have or have not seen.
I created this application and just released the first version. Suggestions that help improve the app are also welcome and appreciated!
You can find more information in the application thread.
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