I love it! For starters, I normally don't write reviews. It's only on very rare occasion that I come across an app so original and full of promise that I'm compelled to write about it. Cinetext is one such app. I go to the movies every chance I get, so I was excited to learn Cinetext had finally been released Friday morning, just in time for the weekend (I follow them on Facebook). People who love going to the movies will live this app! I pretty much love everything about Cinetext, but one of my favorite features is that it takes your check-in details and saves them to your in-app History. I love this because I travel a lot on business and I get to visit some of the best movie theaters in the country. So the in-app History serves as a scrap book, complete with movie posters in high-def. This is a HUGE plus for me because I happen to know that movie studios spend a fortune on designing movie posters, it's an art form. Cinetext's use of movie images in high-def allow me enlarge the image and examine the artistry in great detail and from top to bottom. My other favorite thing about Cinetext is that it doesn't use the phone's camera. This means that it limits people to texting discreet 'word' messages only, no pictures, and no videos, which would obviously be noticeable in a dark theater environment. It also prevents people from making recordings during the movie, which is something I'm sure that I'm sure movie studios and movie theaters will embrace. Overall, I rate Cinetext A++++
I've been waiting for this app my whole life, but didn't know it until I saw it. I found out about Cinetext over the weekend. The man sitting next to me was using it before the previews. I noticed the chat screen and couldn't help but ask what app he was using. I got on Google Play and installed it on the spot. I've been loving on it ever since. It's well worth the money. Cinetext is the best thing to hit theaters since popcorn!!! I haven't been this excited over an app in AGES!!! Bravo! Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap!
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