IMDB Releases Official Android App
Movie buffs and trivia fans around the world are advised to check out the new IMDB application for Android. Written for phones running Android 1.6 (Donut) or higher, the native app provides access to over 1.5 million movie and TV titles as well as more than 3.2 million celebrities, actors, actresses, directors and other crew members. Ridiculous, right? It gets better.
The official title of the app is IMDb Movies & TV and it’s currently available in seven languages: English (US/UK), Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Italian and Japanese. Aside from being able to simply look up movies, users can also view various charts (most popular, top rated, etc), shop through various Amazon outlets, and share movie showtimes with friends. Movie trailers, quotes, and reviews are also a key ingredient in the app as well. For those living in the United States there are a few added features including TV listings, recaps of TV shows from previous night, and upcoming movies
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