Movie lovers are already entirely clued up when it comes to review apps and no self-respecting buff would ever choose a film without visiting one of many resources to find out from likeminded people whether the film in question gets the thumbs up or the thumbs down. But other than a plethora of review-based apps there are some different apps that movie enthusiasts are likely to enjoy. These can all be downloaded from the various app stores that exist onto various devices including the smartphone and tablet. If you are yet to purchase a new phone then make sure you check http://www.dialaphone.co.uk.
For example, the MovieFone app gives the user access to a database of reviews and ratings but also incorporates added extras to create a more rounded experience for its movie loving visitors. This includes the clever idea to enable visitors to find movie times at their local cinema, to find the latest film titles out on DVD, search upcoming movies, an editors pick and a compilation of the movie’s 100 top films.
The Criticker App is a review based site however this differs to the others in that main appeal of the website is its online community. Depending on how a user rates a film, the programme finds likeminded movie buffs to connect and find films that you might also like in relation to how you have reviewed.
YourNextFilm app gives recommendations based on reviews and ratings that the user gives but the twist is that it is integrated with social networking sites Twitter and Facebook to incorporate the more social aspects by opening communications. It also has links to Amazon when a user wants to purchase a movie.
And finally, FilmStory is a charming little app that is presented as a database of historical events through the use of film, combining the two by discussing and highlighting the relationship and correlation between them.
If you are a movie buff looking for some new apps to try then give the aforementioned favourites a go. Download the apps onto smartphones and tablets and if you don’t already have one of these then visit the app store on your mobile device.
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