App Update: My Movies for Android 1.90 Now on Google Play
Brian has just released version 1.90 of My Movies for Android.
My Movies for Android is the fastest, easiest and most impressive way you have ever kept track of your movie collection. Using our high quality movie database of more than 350,000 titles on DVD and Blu-ray, you quickly get access to a large quantity of details of the titles in your movie collection, including movie trailers, high resolution covers and much, much more.
What’s in this version:
Added: Extended watched functionality to keep track of watch dates and who watched.
Added: Extended functionality for use with My Movies for Windows Home Server 2011.
Added: Option to save filters.
Added: List customization option to specify yourself which information to show on the lists.
Added: New sort options to sort by genre, director and other options.
Added: Additional movie details, and additional filter options.
Added: Out icon on titles that are lend to others.
Added: Title text on wall and cover view for titles without a cover.
Added: Wodden wall graphics in Interface Customization section.
Added: Option to have personal details section open all the time through collapse personal details setting option.
Added: Don’t use sort title option, to sort titles by their title and not sort title (The Title vs. Title, The).
Added: Links to Mac and Windows software on settings page.
Added: Link on settings page to rate app on Play Store.
Added: Letter seperator on lists to avoid onscreen letter while scrolling on Android 4 devices.
Added: Coverflow view option on tablets.
Added: Swipe option on movie details page to swipe between titles.
Added: Title and person count stamps are now back for Android 4 devices under “Interface Customization” section.
Update: Various UI updates aimed at Android 4 devices.
Change: Interface customization put into separate area in settings.
Change: Title in collection opened from an a search result in the Add dialog now opens the movie details page, and not a search result page.
Change: Autodiscover function update for Windows Media Center remote.
Fix: Some trailers did not work after an update on YouTube.
Fix: Better support for interface on Kindle.
Fix: Incorrect sorting with umloud for German users.
Fix: Barcode scanner did not work on HTC Desire HD after a firmware update for it.
Fix: License check changes, allowing for the device to remember up to a month that it’s license have been confirmed. Avoids license issues on offline usage.
Fix: Interface did not look correct on Nexus 7.
Many additional minor fixes!
You can find My Movies for Android in Android Market in two editions, My Movies for Android Free and My Movies for Android Pro – the applications are identical with the exception that the free version is limited to maximum 50 titles, and only 10 items in trailers and title release lists.
The Pro version is available for DKK28 (~$5) + VAT in Europe. The free version allows you to fully evaluate the software before buying the pro version – if your collection already contains more than 50 titles, the free version simply only lets you synchronize the first 50.