For absolutely NO valid reason you are blocking the 4G LTE model of the Samsung Galaxy SII (SGH-I727). Android is NOT iOS where model numbers are the same. Androids can have multiple model numbers because of the different bands each carrier uses. The app works perfectly on this phone.
Interesting that there are SO many 5 star reviews for this app with no text reviews. Sure looks like they are spamming their ratings to get it bumped up. Anyway. Terrible app. Over abundant of ads. I get you need to pay for it, but every 7-10 minutes is excessive. Constantly buffers and freezes up forcing you to restart. Also streaming episodes only works 50% of the time. The only thing I can get to work is the live feed, but I still have to get the app to get there first. Just download Hulu. Much better quality and you get the episodes next day.
Constantly has errors or crashes right after the commercials are done. Happens every single time. Have to restart the application over and over. I fought through to get through 3 episodes of the Bold Type. When I tried to watch a new show it kept erroring out and I couldn't get the new TV show to even start.
No one should have to have a tv provider to watch tv on our phones we all pay enough for them. Very disapointed
Yes, there are ads, but it's like having commercials on TV — annoying but understandable. It would be nice if Freeform had more episodes of a show at a time on their app but I understand why they don't; as it is they typically only keep like the five most recent episodes on the app, so it's not super useful if you're trying to start an old series. But it is nice and easy to use, and even if you don't have access via your provider there are still plenty of shows you can watch without signing in with Xfinity or whatever.
I think that it's stupid to have to sign in with your tv provider info that's why there is Wi-Fi so you can watch and do other things
- Performance enhancements and bug fixes
Watch Dance Moms, Project Runway, Little Women & more. All on Lifetime!