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Bhavan Kamble

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6 hours ago, Bhavan Kamble said:

Hi Team,

By when we can expect Voot Select app for LG WebOS.

As discussed with VootSelect Team, they have sent the app for review to LG. Kindly let us know by when LG is going to release Voot Select.

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Hi @Bhavan Kamble

Unfortunately this is a User-to-User forum, so we have no control over when an app submitted by any content provider to LG would be made available for the webOS platform.

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