“Researchers claim we already spend 4.9 days each year looking for something to watch on our TV. This can only get to be a greater challenge as more apps and more channels appear, if the future of TV is apps, does it mean we have to spend even more time looking for good things to watch?” Evans writes. “Here we take a glance at three apps that may help you find better movies faster: Celluloid, Gyde and Stories.”
Evans writes, “There are pros and cons to all three services at present, but between them they clearly show the way to a more community based sharing culture in which anything should be available to anyone, anywhere and at any time.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Content discovery is one of the most vexing problems with “TV” today. We have a lot further to go. Hopefully Apple is primed to take us there soon!
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