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# 178950 20-Aug-2015 12:06
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Does anyone know how to add websites to the viera connect market?
Ive been tapping away but cant work it out.
Ive got a P42ST30Z
Any advice would be appreciated

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  # 1370864 20-Aug-2015 13:10
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Not following - it is a closed app store provided by Panasonic no?

Are you trying to browse the web? there is a separate browser app iirc?

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  # 1370920 20-Aug-2015 15:27
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Yeah, all ok with the web browser.
But in the viera connect market, Ive got all those empty boxes which I was hoping to use.
Just for example putting in a Neon link.
Im gathering this Panasonic market thing is/was at the time very limited.


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  # 1371327 21-Aug-2015 09:30
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The Viera app store has a very limited range of apps, and the ones they do have are pretty useless. When you go into the app section - I think it's under Network in the menu - (where I assume you have the empty boxes) you'll have a box there (called Viera Market or something like that) and it will take you to their app store. Click on it to browse the selection and when you chose to install them they'll populate the empty boxes on your Network screen. I think you can move them around to suit your preference but I've not really tried. For internet apps I find my AppleTV is far better.

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  # 1371330 21-Aug-2015 09:38
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I had an ST30 and the apps selection was rubbish, I don't think Panasonic created many for the older TV's. On a plus there new TV's are much better.

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