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Hi,

The official line for LG is that they are not the ones responsible for producing apps for the webOS platform, that it down to the content providers themselves.  See this thread:

That said you can make your voice heard directly with LG using their contact form:

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Make sure you use the option so you get them to reply, make sure you also point out you found the contact form via this forum.  Also email Iflix and ask them when they will produce an app and if you get any feedback post it here and even send it to LG.

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