When will you make a app for the Droid?


#1

I have an Android Incredile an was wondering when will there will be an app made??


#2

Please see http://www.theanimenetwork.com/Whats-On/Anime-Network-on-Mobile.


#3

Non of the Android links work anymore. And only two of the four shows can be found on Play Movies.

Plus, I think they’re asking for something like the app on iOS.

[edit] Oh hey, I found something not on that page: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/The_Place_Promised_In_Our_Early_Days?id=cNBfx47woeo&feature=related_movies

And it’s not just on Android you can view it on. The stuff is accessable from https://www.youtube.com/purchases once you rent it, so it’s not limited to just Android.


#4

I just checked, and there seems to be nothing available for Android. Please make an app for those of us who don’t own Apple products.


#5

No app is needed to view ANO (Anime Network Online) on a phone if it is running Android 4.0 or earlier.

HTC Thunderbird, Android 2.3.4
works: “Internet” (built-in browser)
works: Firefox Beta
works: Dolphin HD
no-go: Opera for Mobile.

No joy for newer phones and tablets running Android 4.1 or later, since there is no Flash.

-Joe


#6

[quote=“SpaceCobraJoe” post=127733]

No app is needed to view ANO (Anime Network Online) on a phone if it is running Android 4.0 or earlier.

HTC Thunderbird, Android 2.3.4
works: “Internet” (built-in browser)
works: Firefox Beta
works: Dolphin HD
no-go: Opera for Mobile.

No joy for newer phones and tablets running Android 4.1 or later, since there is no Flash.[/quote]

I’ve got a new Kyocera Rise phone ($29.99 on Black Friday at Target.) It’s Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and the only way I can get ANOP videos to play is with Dolphin. I believe it’s due to Adobe withdrawing Flash for Android from the market. However, Dolphin does an excellent job of streaming video.


#7

At one time, Adobe explicitly stated that Android version 4.0.1 was the end of the line for Flash.

When I first tried Firefox for Android, it did not accept cookies properly, so I could not get logged in. I highly recommend the Dolphin HD browser for watching video.

-Joe


#8

[quote=“SpaceCobraJoe” post=129655]

At one time, Adobe explicitly stated that Android version 4.0.1 was the end of the line for Flash.

When I first tried Firefox for Android, it did not accept cookies properly, so I could not get logged in. I highly recommend the Dolphin HD browser for watching video.[/quote]

Not only is ICS the end of the line for Flash, since Adobe pulled it from the Google Play Store no one can get Flash, even if they have an older version of Android.


#9

You can download version 11 from a link on the http://community.justin.tv/mediawiki/index.php/Faq#Can_I_watch_Justin.tv_on_my_Android.3F

When I downloaded it, Firefox could play Justin.tv video, but with no audio. Fine for watching Fredrin draw Megatokyo, not for episodes.