The where to buy film and where to process film tools did not work. It stated I had no internet connection. I clearly did. Lots of good general information on Kodak films and quick access to tech pubs. The development tool is not very flexible. For example, Xtol developed only lists stock use and not the more popular diluted 1:1 or 1:2 .
In principle, the app is very cool. However, it has a few flaws. The location feature is broken on my Nexus tablet with the latest version of Android. The app complains about missing permission to pull GPS locations. I checked the app's permissions and it's there. This seems like a bug. Also, looking for a place selling or processing Kodak films in the greater Seattle area, the app renders 0 results. Really?
Required WiFi to work, no option to override and use data. Worthless for the person going somewhere to check if they can buy film, if you have to be at home first to check.
I love film, I own 7 still photo cameras and one Super 8 camera. I even love Kodak film such as Ektar but much like their website, this app sucks. I did a search for where to buy film within 50 miles of my house and it found one place. I personally know of at least 10 places near my house that sell film, some of them even sell Kodak film. This app needs work much like the company needs work. Kodak needs to embrace their film customers by releasing more film stocks on more formats. Release more cameras in super 8, 16mm and 35mm still. Bring back APS. And a new line of film projectors would sure be awesome. Bottom line is Kodak and this app needs some work!
Says I'm not connected to the internet even though I am
Film lives on It's so great that kodak have made a cool app to show that they care about people who want to continue using and enjoying film.
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