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Facebook webOS TV App Review. Please post your thoughts on this app. Thank you.

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UI is horrible at the moment. Also having to enter a pin code or password when signin in is incredibly important. Right now, anyone can just select your account and do whatever they please.

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That was brought up in another post about the fact that anyone can access your Facebook account on the tv as an issue. Hopefully there will be a better solution.

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The UI looks awful, like some kind of Linux crap from 1995. Where is the polished UI that LG suggests we use when develop apps, it is very thoroughly described on their developer website.

 

Don't use social media much, but my wife tested this and I just thought, what the.... "!#!¤# 

 

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