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Ditto TV App on LG WebOS


sarangfaiz

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HI Team,

 

Please advice, to have "Ditto TV" app on LG Store connect. it is similar type of app what we have it currently in ASIAPAC region app called "YUPP TV" an entertainment app.

 

Kindly suggest how to add "Ditto TV" on LGConnect store and if its feasible when it can be available.

 

Regards,

Faiz.

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