3 updates and still doesn't work Stop telling people to email you, you guys know the app doesn't work. Did AT&T get a hold of your build team? They seem to ruin everything they touch and the same can be said about this update. Force closes anytime you try to watch any shows. Previous version worked great, how about you go back to that build.
Come on HBO Why does such a huge company have such a crappy app? This thing has so many bugs I can't even watch a single show without it just crashing or disconnecting from Chromecast. Get your act together and build a reliable app, HBO.
Ruined a great app. I'm an hbo customer through dish and have always been satisfied with this app until the recent update that changed the ui. Now every time I try to start any programs it immediately crashes on my phone. Has been this way for at least two weeks now. Fix it and make it work properly again and I will rate it 5 stars for sure. It wasn't broken before but now it is. So you basically have taken something great and turned it into garbage.
After some improvement it went downhill again It says that it couldn't find the video if Google Cast (Chromecast) is choose. The video is available if view from the phone screen. Overall app is to slow to use for new videos discoverability.
HBO=awesome App=terrible App has gotten slightly better, it now remembers where you were at in a list when you go back. But connectivity still leaves much to be desired. Still randomly disconnects from my Chromecast, always within the first two minutes of whatever I'm watching but then is fine afterwards. If you stop watching a movie or show it never remembers where you left off, which is annoying.
Fing sux It rarely if ever works. I had this up a couple years ago when I had HBO and it worked just fine. I recently got HBO back and I've only been able to use this app one time. They keep updating it and it still doesn't work. Whoever is in charge of this app should be fired and never work in technology again.
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