There are a million films we’ve been meaning to see. And if you’re anything like us, when you do have some movie time you find yourself drawing a complete blank on that mental list you thought you’d kept.
Watchlist puts a stop to that painful ritual by reminding you of all the movies you’ve been meaning to watch. (Not that there’s anything wrong with enjoying Mean Girls for the tenth time.)
Add it to the list
To fill your Watchlist library, press the yellow Plus button on the bottom of the screen. If you’re still trying to remember the name of that actor you like, Watchlist serves up critically acclaimed recommendations right under the search bar.
Don’t forget the popcorn
Watchlist integrates with Fandango so you can quickly buy tickets if the movie you want to see is still in theaters. If you’re more of a wait-till-it-hits-iTunes person, you’re covered there, too: the Where to Watch section tells you where something is available for streaming or renting.
After you’ve finally caught up on all of last year’s Oscar winners, double-tap to mark as watched. Watchlist puts a little checkmark on the cover and keeps it on your list—so you can keep an inventory of what you’ve seen. Deleting is easy: Tap the movie once and hit Remove on the bottom left.
There’s something satisfying about having the right tool for the job, and when it comes to cataloging must-sees, Watchlist gets it done.