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No other website covers film and TV like Indiewire. Celebrating its 16th year, our Webby Award-Winning website is the leading news source for independent film, smart TV and Hollywood. Now independent-minded movie fans and Hollywood insiders alike can get Indiewire on the iPhone.
Our app provides one-tap access to movie reviews; film festival reports; filmmaker interviews, resources, and tools; industry news; awards season tracking and analysis; and smart TV coverage. Follow more than a dozen different publications, including veteran movie critics Leonard Maltin and Anne Thompson, as well as The Playlist and Shadow and Act.
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**Public Fan Board for discussing the day's news with other Indiewire readers and sharing links and images
**Check in at Indiewire events to unlock exclusive content
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**Search the Indiewire Network’s recent coverage for the stories that interest you
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**All the coverage from your favorite Indiewire Network blogs: The Playlist, Thompson on Hollywood, Shadow and Act, Criticwire, Leonard Maltin, Women and Hollywood, Eric Kohn, Caryn James, Peter Bogdanovich, The Lost Boys, Press Play, ReelPolitik, and SydneysBuzz.
What's New in Version 5.1.100
Complete new redesign of app and support for iPad.
Too stubborn for all that content
While I appreciate the new look and options on the app - the My News selections have promise - the size, placement and reaction time of the interface is frustrating. Moving between articles and sections often takes multiple touches to respond or crashes the app. The transitions between blogs/headlines randomly jerks around.
Within 5 minutes, I'm done and just go the website. Please handle this: the blogs deserve better reading and referencing.
Really? This app is a disaster. I hate it and would not recommend it. Impossible to navigate and no way to contact IndieWire. Guess they are not interested in feedback. I'll stick with the Hollywood Reporter App - much more organized and I don't have to scroll forever to move one from one article to the next. Used to love this App - no more. Would give it minus stars if I could. Why on earth did you people remove the Award Button? How idiotic is that during Award Season?
I love indiewire it provides all the right content about that anyone could want. But ever since the update the, even though the new look is cool and all, all it ever does is crash. It becomes very frustrating. Count on it crashing everything you use it.
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: Dec 10, 2013
- Version: 5.1.100
- Size: 22.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: SnagFilms
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.