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On 7/14/2020 at 5:46 PM, Tapas Rakshit said:

I buy the premium subscription to sonyliv so please bring it to this platform so that we can get the full content in HD mode asap. Make it first.

Hi @Tapas Rakshit

You would be best doing what @Junaid Ahmed has done and contact Sony via their Twitter feed to show that as a user you pay a premium subscription and you are not getting your money's worth.  Also, by more users contacting Sony direct it may encourage them to speed up the process of bringing a native app to LG's webOS.

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When will we get the SONYLIV app on WebOS ?  Even the WebOS browser doesn't support playing SONYLIV content due to lack of Flash support.  Strangely Chromecast also has issues.   

Sir, do we have any chance that we will get Sony app in web os in near future as it is already been produced by Sony?

Hi George, Thanks for highlighting, i have written to SONY as well for same. Hope they take this seriously and action. i would urge others too to drop them a mail regarding this request

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6 hours ago, Bhavan Kamble said:

@Vikram Sud Yes you are right,  LG and LG Web OS is a good platform , but due to lack of apps and content , LG will surely lose out TV biz too. Instead replace Web OS with android.

Hi @Bhavan Kamble

LG replace webOS with Android!  Never going to happen for exactly the same reason Samsung would never replace Tizen; money.  TV manufacturers make little money from the actual sale of hardware, but if they have complete control of their software ecosystem they are on to a winner.

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It would be interesting to know if people actually do some research before buying a TV. If you know that you predominantly use Android based apps, why not buy an Android based TV?
Alternatively get a small Android box and connect to your TV. Problem solved.

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8 hours ago, sbzz said:

It would be interesting to know if people actually do some research before buying a TV. If you know that you predominantly use Android based apps, why not buy an Android based TV?
Alternatively get a small Android box and connect to your TV. Problem solved.
 

Hi @sbzz

Are you suggesting that people should take some responsibility for the actions?  Shame on you...

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