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  Reply # 1117012 28-Aug-2014 08:34
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MileHighKiwi: Is the site down? The Lightbox listing on Google (Organic) goes to a dead page.



Now back up.




Keep calm, and carry on posting.

 

 

 

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Reply # 1117032 28-Aug-2014 08:52
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Working for me now too!  (On Spark very slow broadband in Whitianga)   Quality OK on 24inch PC monitor. Will try Sony Bravia 40inch LCD later today.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1117034 28-Aug-2014 08:55
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Actually pretty impressed with both quality and content. However will check it out on the 120inch projector when I get home. Now that should be a good test :)

But so far so good :)

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  Reply # 1117054 28-Aug-2014 09:11
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Hi guys,

We're having some intermittent DNS issues for certain ISPs. The site isn't offline, but it temporarily appears dead to some of our users. 

We've hopefully identified it and work with the afflicted ISPs to correct it.

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  Reply # 1117071 28-Aug-2014 09:26
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BigMal: What do we think are the priority apps/platforms?

iPad - done
Android
Pplaystation
Xbox
Chromecast
Roku

Roku would be best for me but I think I'm in the minority so not holding my breath.



Since Chromecast and Roku are not available officially here, they will stay at the bottom of the list I'd say.
More important than most of those (IMO) except Android, would be SmartTV apps, and an Apple TV Native app so you didn't need to use Airplay.

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  Reply # 1117074 28-Aug-2014 09:32
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trig42: would be SmartTV apps


If this is done, please don't restrict it to just one manufacturer.

and an Apple TV Native app so you didn't need to use Airplay.


Apparently developing for the Apple TV is an invite only deal. I'd love to see this, so hopefully Spark have the klout to scrounge an invite. It would also make it easier for them to market their service, by recommending (or possibly even bundling) a relatively cheap STB that can be used to stream it.

I'd also like to see their iPad app adapted to other iOS platforms. While my iPhone wouldn't be my preferred way to watch content, I'd be happy to AirPlay it to the TV. As it currently stands, watching Lightbox puts our iPad out of action for other use. And my wife loves to potter around on it while we watch TV.

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  Reply # 1117091 28-Aug-2014 10:03
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Working great casting to chromecast in full screen mode.  I'm a long time Netflix user and I'm impressed with Lightbox content and tech setup.

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  Reply # 1117092 28-Aug-2014 10:05
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Seems to work ok :)
Watching the wiggles.




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  Reply # 1117097 28-Aug-2014 10:14
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BigMal: What do we think are the priority apps/platforms?

iPad - done
Android
Pplaystation
Xbox
Chromecast
Roku

Roku would be best for me but I think I'm in the minority so not holding my breath.



personally, I'd prefer a PS4 or PS3 app, followed by Apple TV native app (but that's because I happen to own those devices)

I'd imagine game consoles (PS3/PS4/XBox360/Xbox1) are fairly high up the list though - bigger installed base than any particular smart TV model, and much more likely to be actually connected to the internet too.

Roku and chromecast would be very small volumes in NZ




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  Reply # 1117108 28-Aug-2014 10:20
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Plus one to rolling the iOS app out to other devices!

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  Reply # 1117111 28-Aug-2014 10:23
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SheriffNZ: Plus one to rolling the iOS app out to other devices!


I'd hope that would be relatively low hanging fruit, as they already have code for the iPad version that they could hopefully utilise & share.

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  Reply # 1117115 28-Aug-2014 10:29
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+1 for *native* Apple TV app !!

Any idea if any ISPs will/already offer unmetered traffic for Lightbox?


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  Reply # 1117132 28-Aug-2014 10:34
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Any idea if any ISPs will/already offer unmetered traffic for Lightbox?



most ISP already have - it called unlimited cap - if you want to use the internet, you should pay for it you know.

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  Reply # 1117135 28-Aug-2014 10:41
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What is the lightbox app called I can't find it on the store on my phone ? The service is supported on the Iphone right ? 

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  Reply # 1117137 28-Aug-2014 10:42
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gjen: What is the lightbox app called I can't find it on the store on my phone ? The service is supported on the Iphone right ? 

No, iPad only.

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