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  # 1007786 18-Mar-2014 07:17
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I'll try to remember to pull down the latest version tonight. I'll need to do it on my computer at home, as that has the Chrome extension installed that lets me download APKs from the store.

Please note that I could be fairly late doing this, because wife and I are going out for our anniversary dinner.

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  # 1008613 19-Mar-2014 00:51
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no worries

enjoy your night

 
 
 
 


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  # 1010254 20-Mar-2014 22:39
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I've grabbed the latest copies of TV3 On Demand, TVNZ On Demand for Phone and TVNZ On Demand for Table. Enjoy.

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Ultimate Geek


  # 1010326 20-Mar-2014 23:59
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thanks for that 




 

 

 


cb1

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Ultimate Geek


  # 1010413 21-Mar-2014 09:23
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cb1: Seems to be fine on an Asus TF300, but video attempts to play, then stops on my Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo


With the new version it seems fine on the Pocket Neo. Thanks for updated versions. Interesting there are 2 versions of the TVNZ on demand for phone/tablet




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  # 1010846 21-Mar-2014 21:28
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cb1: Interesting there are 2 versions of the TVNZ on demand for phone/tablet

You'd never know if you used the Play Store app on your device. Both versions have the same name and icon. They rely on Play Store device restrictions to make sure that the right devices get the right version. You only know there are two versions when you search the Play Store with your desktop browser.

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  # 1012369 25-Mar-2014 12:25
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You can download it from here, version 1.04

 

https://mega.co.nz/#!41VkQZqI!ga9vDKqSTlVqrok29dRWpRpNFTTm3X4haHDe3lDgBF4 

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