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IMDb Movies & TV 4.0 Features iOS 7 Redesign, Road To The Oscars Section And More

IMDb Movies & TV has just been updated to version 4.0 with a new look and several new features. Three months after the release of iOS 7, the official iOS app of the popular Amazon-owned entertainment industry information database has finally shed its iOS 6 trappings in favor of a new design that matches the style of the newer operating system. As a result, IMDb Movies & TV now looks simpler and, of course, flatter. The new design includes a new navigation scheme and new homepages for iPhone, and it also adds a new drop-down menu that's accessible from every page in the app. IMDb Movies & TV 4.0 also introduces the following enhancements:
  • Name lists! Finally, you can keep track of your favorite people!
  • New list sorts and filters (including the much requested Release Date sort for Watchlists).
  • Vote on interesting name trivia, title trivia, quotes, and goofs.
[caption id="attachment_499277" align="aligncenter" width="320"] IMDb Movies & TV[/caption] And with just a few months to go before the next Academy Awards, IMDb has reactivated its annual Road to the Oscars section in the IMDb Movies & TV app. This offers complete coverage, including photos and live results, of the 2014 awards season from the Golden Globes all the way to the Academy Awards. IMDb Movies & TV 4.0 is available now in the App Store for free. It's compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 7.0 or later. For information on IMDb Movies & TV's previous updates, check out: Purchase Movie Tickets Directly Through The Updated IMDb Movies & TV App, Now You Can Look Up Actor Heights, Crazy Credits And More In The IMDb iOS App, and IMDb Movies & TV Updated With Amazon Instant Video Integration And More. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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