Anyone else use fight pass on webOS/ LG tv?

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  1. Brit_Brawler

    Brit_Brawler Black Belt

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    The app is fuckin shit on my LG tv. Really glitchy too.

    I noticed the cheap bastards haven’t even updated this app since feb 26th 2015?

    What the fuck is that all about?

    Why can’t they update it to the same as iOS/ Android?
     
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    I have a 50 inch LG 4k and I usually use my phone bcuz on my TV I can only fast forward or rewind in 1 min or 15 min chunks. Also, if you try to fast forward more than 3/4 times back to back it glitches out and freezes. Good luck skipping to the end of a 4 hour card lol.
     
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    My Roku works ok

    You can get a lightning/phone to HDMI cable adaptor and actually run fightpass from your phone to big screen or projector that way.

    I travel a lot and sometimes hotels have crap cable, so the HDMI hooks up easy and I can watch anything my phone will pickup.
     
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    It’s really shitty isn’t it. It’s what you expect from an app that hasn’t been updated for more than 3 years.
     
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    Lol @ Fight Pass.
     
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    Get Chromecast. Don't even need smart tv.
     

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