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On 1/16/2019 at 3:33 PM, August Cabling said:

Can you please make Fox+ available to the LG content store/ webOS. I have a LG 43UJ630V which is a 2017 model and I can't find it on their content store. I subscribed to Fox+ considering I could watch it on a big screen and not only on smart phone. I am very much disappointed that this limits me from watching it on my UHD TV. Subscription is wasted without seeing it on my big screens. We are now in 2019 guys! We are not moving backwards. Let us move forward and make Fox+ available to all subscribers.

 

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I agree with this comment.  I also bought Oled TV for  my living room and a super uhd tv for my room so i can enjoy watching movies or series on a big screen instead of watching it from my mobile phone.  However, i cannot install fox+ and Disneylife on my LG TVs and it’s soooo frustrating.  LG should be up to date on the latest apps especially the entertainment apps so that they can already include it in the LG Content Store.  You should be more proactive and relevant. 

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On 6/10/2019 at 9:38 PM, Timmychanga said:

I agree with this comment.  I also bought Oled TV for  my living room and a super uhd tv for my room so i can enjoy watching movies or series on a big screen instead of watching it from my mobile phone.  However, i cannot install fox+ and Disneylife on my LG TVs and it’s soooo frustrating.  LG should be up to date on the latest apps especially the entertainment apps so that they can already include it in the LG Content Store.  You should be more proactive and relevant. 

No offence but you should have installed the apps on the tv before taking the subscription. Not all apps are available on LG webOS and its upto the streaming service to provide the app. 

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Lo que tiene que hacer LG es dejar de lado tantas tonterías y excusas y atender las peticiones y las necesidades de sus clientes, el sistema LG webOS tiene que ser más flexible y tomar nota de los que quieren los usuarios que son los que pagan y mantienen a esta empresa

What LG has to do is put aside so many nonsense and excuses and meet the requests and needs of their customers, the LG webOS system has to be more flexible and take note of those who want the users who are the ones who pay and keep to this company

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4 hours ago, Sergio Quirantes said:

Lo que tiene que hacer LG es dejar de lado tantas tonterías y excusas y atender las peticiones y las necesidades de sus clientes, el sistema LG webOS tiene que ser más flexible y tomar nota de los que quieren los usuarios que son los que pagan y mantienen a esta empresa

What LG has to do is put aside so many nonsense and excuses and meet the requests and needs of their customers, the LG webOS system has to be more flexible and take note of those who want the users who are the ones who pay and keep to this company

I agree, but we don’t live in a perfect world. WebOS is one of the fastest and best OS across the big 3. I am not defending LG(it would sure seem like it) but if you are desperate for some apps, you might as well buy a firestick that costs a fraction, and you will get more apps than you can even think of.

Infact I used a firestick before I got the hotstar app for WebOS. hotstar is basically owned by fox and also has content from HBO and Showtime plus the Star network.  Just a practical  solution for the situation at hand.

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9 hours ago, Sergio Quirantes said:

Lo que tiene que hacer LG es dejar de lado tantas tonterías y excusas y atender las peticiones y las necesidades de sus clientes, el sistema LG webOS tiene que ser más flexible y tomar nota de los que quieren los usuarios que son los que pagan y mantienen a esta empresa

What LG has to do is put aside so many nonsense and excuses and meet the requests and needs of their customers, the LG webOS system has to be more flexible and take note of those who want the users who are the ones who pay and keep to this company

It is not as simple as LG deciding to write an app, there is much more to it than that.  Where an app pulls the content from may not be compliant with the webOS platform as well as many other factors.  This is why it is dependent on the content provider to create an app, and of course they are going to focus their efforts on the largest platforms first, which LG is not.   This is why I would suggest that if you want a content provider to be available on the webOS platform you contact them directly to show them that there is a desire for their product.

No es tan simple como LG que decide escribir una aplicación, hay mucho más que eso. Es posible que una aplicación de la que extraiga el contenido no sea compatible con la plataforma webOS, así como con muchos otros factores. Esta es la razón por la cual el proveedor de contenido depende de la creación de una aplicación y, por supuesto, primero centrarán sus esfuerzos en las plataformas más grandes, que LG no. Por esta razón, sugiero que si desea que un proveedor de contenido esté disponible en la plataforma webOS, póngase en contacto con ellos directamente para mostrarles que existe un deseo por su producto.

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