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Sony Liv App Availability on LG webos store.


Dinesh Potbhare

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Dear customer care,

I had buy LG smart tv in which LG store the sony liv app was not available to install. When search on internet many people are writing via mail, twitter regarding this problem. 
 
Many of your competitors like Android, Tizen launch there app on os platform. Still the people like me are waiting for sony liv app on LG store platform.
 
I know from year 2018 many of people's was asking this question and your reply was only that "our team are working on that" means that your technical team doesn't take customer complaints seriously.
 
As I do not know writing this complaints really affect the technical team of Yours. Pleae don't blame sony or platform for this.  As an responsible corporate you and sony should mutually work on this issue.
 
Your quick action is highly appreciated in this regard.
 
Regards,
Dinesh.
 
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