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I have been visiting the IMDB website since around the 2000 (there about). Before that my means of entertainment information was through movie review magazine which was not cheap and limited in content. Imagine when the need to refer to an old movie that has just become available on streaming? Besides, I ran out of space to keep all the hard copies. I like the fact that he reviews are written by many people instead of just a few who might have agenda. I had tried participating in their discussion forum in the past but was put off by immature anti-social behaviour which unfortunately permeated many walks of society. Otherwise, IMDB is fab. The site has added many more features in the last 17 years, I’m hopeful that the brilliant guys and gals at IMDB will continue the good work, like launching the App, which is good, but I still prefer to use the bigger screen on my desk top, so I hope they don’t just put all their resources in developing he App and neglect the website. In conclusion, IMDB is a great source of information for movie buffs like myself 😄.
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This app enhances my enjoyment of films!
Whenever a thought or question about the film I’m watching, most often about the cast, crops up, this app answers it immediately.
Once the film is over I can then find out more about the film itself or the crew/cast involved. I often end up learning about new films that I’d like to watch based upon my enquiries about the film I’ve just watched.
This is where the feature to create a ‘wish list’ of future films to watch is great.
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Why move the search bar?
I’ve been using IMDb since long before it appeared on iOS, and I don’t oppose change generally, but why was the button bar moved to the bottom of the screen while keeping the search bar. This seems like “material change” for the sake of it.
Now, to search – and how many users don’t use search in IMDb? – you have to tap at the bottom of the screen to activate the search field, and then tap again at the furthest point away – the top of the screen – to type your search term. The field doesn’t even activate when you tap Search; it is always a two tap operation. On large devices, having to tap on opposite edges of the screen for basic functionality is not good.
I’d love to know the logic behind this decision. Could it not have been implemented as a search field that slides into view above the button bar? Or just left alone?
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