TV Show Favs: Keeping Track of Your Favorite Shows
If your anything like me, then you know how difficult it is to keep track of your favorite TV shows. Your constantly searching the internet for the next release date of your favorite show(s), and remembering what episodes you’ve already watched is even more difficult.
Until m_kranzler11 stepped up to the plate.
You see he’s part of the team that created TV Show Favs. It’s an Android app that not only keeps track of your favorite TV shows, but also allows you to document the episodes you’ve already watched. It even has a calendar so you can schedule your watch times, making this the perfect app for the TV watching enthusiast.
The app is still in public beta and is free, so get it here and show your phone and the development team some love.
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