A few years back, I looked forward to checking into my favorite TV shows and movies on Get Glue and seeing how many of my other friends were watching what I was.
There’s something to be said about movie- and TV-tracking apps that build a sense of community, which is why I think Get Glue did so well with its initial strategy.
If users want to stay secure and turn off tracking, they have to input their location manually.
“Tracking you five minutes after you have been dropped off — some people might have very legitimate reasons why they don’t want a record about that,” Opsahl said.
Years ago I used to keep track of the TV shows I watched mentally and through a TV guide from the Saturday newspaper.
I’ve probably used 4 or 5 different apps for a solid period of time, and this February I switched to what I think is the latest and greatest TV tracker app: i Shows 2, which officially launches today in the App Store.
Not all of these solutions are perfect, but they are good enough that after applying them, the pros of Netflix outweigh the cons.
So, without further ado, here are 10 common problems people have with Netflix, and their solutions…
I was pleasantly surprised to see quite the large user base on Goodshows, which is a vital component of an app like this.
Just like Get Glue was, Goodshows can be your all-in-one movie- and TV-tracking app if you want it to be.