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Topic # 185475 24-Nov-2015 12:15
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Looks like NZME are trying something new, watchme.co.nz

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  Reply # 1433875 24-Nov-2015 12:23
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What devices can I watch, WatchMe on?
We're launching Watch Me with this beautiful responsive website - it is optimised to display on your mobile and tablet device and unlike most other on-demand services you can watch our shows on our website on your devices without having to download a pesky app.
 

They try to make it sound like a good thing, when it actually reads as "If you want to watch this on your telly, it's going to be harder than it should be".

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  Reply # 1433940 24-Nov-2015 14:31
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What devices can I watch, WatchMe on?
We're launching Watch Me with this beautiful responsive website - it is optimised to display on your mobile and tablet device and unlike most other on-demand services you can watch our shows on our website on your devices without having to download a pesky app.
 

They try to make it sound like a good thing, when it actually reads as "If you want to watch this on your telly, it's going to be harder than it should be".


Well if we could have a standard app format for all devices this wouldnt be an issue, having to produce an app for android/ios/samsumg/xbox/playstation/chromecast etc must be costly

Good on them for going stright to html5 though, as they say it will just work on all modern devices with a webbrowser






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