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IMDb Updates iPad App with Complete Redesign

The IMDb app is one of the most popular apps on iOS, with the Internet Movie Database yesterday noting in a press release that its iOS app has been downloaded 25 million times. Along with the milestone comes a redesigned Version 3.0 of the IMDb iPad app, with the goal being to focus on discovery features and allow users to see more content. The iPhone version has also received a few more features and enhancements.



What's New in Version 3.0

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The IMDb iPad app has been completely updated with a new look & feel that showcases more movies, TV shows & celebs than ever before.

New iPad features include:
- Tap the plus sign (+) on any movie or TV show poster to add it to your Watchlist
- Sign in to get personalized movie and TV recommendations
- New full-page Watchlist and custom lists with updated sort and edit features
- Top 250 rank added to movie pages
- Tap the history or Watchlist icons to open previews from any page in the app
- Browse featured photo galleries & lists, most popular by genre, and charts
- Tap the IMDb logo to browse from any page in the app

Also new for both the iPad and iPhone:
- iOS 6 users can take advantage of native Facebook sharing
- Filmographies now include TV episode details
- Navigate to the entire image gallery from any photo or poster
The universal IMDb app is a free update on the App Store. [Direct Link]

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Posted: 22 months ago

Ugh! Looks Awful.
I have completely stopped updating a lot of apps because of this new design model that seems to have no grasp of style,ipad capacity or bandwith usage.


The old design looked awful. This is a step in the right direction!
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 22 months ago
Ugh! Looks Awful.
I have completely stopped updating a lot of apps because of this new design model that seems to have no grasp of style,ipad capacity or bandwith usage.
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 22 months ago
If redesigns don't make things work better, stop redesigning crap. This simply forces users to learn a new interface. Knock it off!
Rating: 1 Votes

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