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Topic # 232255 6-Apr-2018 22:26
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Very happy with the VF TV functionality via the 'decoder' box. The sales pitch included the fact that I can also watch it through an app on one of 3 mobile devices, which I understood included laptops. However there is no mention of a Windows app on the website (not that I could find).

 

Is the app really only available for android and apple devices, and not on Windows? Given this was intended to be used on the home media PC, I hope this is simply me not being able to find the app!

 

 


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  Reply # 1989827 7-Apr-2018 03:13
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Windows App lol Vodafone NZ don't even make a My Vodafone App for windows

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  Reply # 1989851 7-Apr-2018 07:39
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I would highly doubt they'd ever make a Windows app as there would be such a minimal market for it. Their focus is on mobile devices which is what people use to view content.

 

 


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  Reply # 1989866 7-Apr-2018 07:54
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No windows app, sorry.




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  Reply # 1991033 7-Apr-2018 13:32
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sbiddle:

 

I would highly doubt they'd ever make a Windows app as there would be such a minimal market for it. Their focus is on mobile devices which is what people use to view content.

 

 

Well, laptops are pretty mobile :)


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