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Topic # 111095 23-Oct-2012 23:10 Send private message

as the title says, it seems quickflix is now available on samsung tablets and phones.  pretty cool.  It's via the samsung app store, not google play, so its not a generic android app, just for samsung.

Got it working on my S2 this afternoon. works really well, even over 3G. (didn't watch much, just tried it out to see the quality)  and it also has the pay per view movies on it so you can watch things like The Avengers, MiB 3 etc (and they all seem to be $1 cheaper than via iTunes at $6.99 for 48 hours rental vs $7.99).

definitely quite a bit more TV on there now (all still UK stuff). And Netflix has been acting up the last few days which meant I was watching QF quite a bit more than usual

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  Reply # 705650 24-Oct-2012 12:47 Send private message

Will it work with AllShare Cast?

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  Reply # 705666 24-Oct-2012 13:08 Send private message

Jarno: Will it work with AllShare Cast?

No idea.   give it a try (you can get a 14 day free trial)

But if you have a samsung smart Tv then there is a QF app on that anyway I think.

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