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    Quote Originally Posted by slighter View Post
    I was gonna contritely apologize for jumping the shark but I know I'm not the only one with issues after the update. So I'll go buy an iWhatever be a good little iSheep sit in the corner and accept whatever comes my way.
    Highly unlikely. With inventions like Chromecast, Firestickm, phone-to-tv streaming and most smart TVs being able to use the site, we can't really justify spending the time and money developing a Roku app. The Android and iOS apps need redone from the ground up and that is our #1 priority.
    Co-Founder and Content Specialist at JamPlay.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetThisNameAintTaken View Post
    I can stream it on my fire stick.
    God! Can you PLEASE tell me how you did that??? Can

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lola211 View Post
    God! Can you PLEASE tell me how you did that??? Can
    I use the silk browser and type in jamplay.com then use the annoying on screen keyboard with my remote to log on.

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    I normally don't get into necro threads, but this has been my one biggest beef with jamplay since I subbed three or four years ago. In the age where computers are getting less and less use as mobile devices, and televisions are dominating the market I am still without the option of going from device to device. I was miffed at this years ago when I joined. Now as time has passed it has become a meme. I have the android app, but it is pretty well useless. I have no intentions on getting an apple product so I don't know if the ios app is any better. But to me in 2019 it should be a given that a decent cross platform option would be offered beyond "use the devices clunky browser". I can't even see the archived live courses on the android app and they are hosted on YouTube :/ .

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    We've already been seeing the push to HDTV format sites and apps. I haven't tried Jamplay on my FireTV browser, but it shouldn't be too hard for someone to wrap all their HTML into it's own FireTV/Roku/Google app or something.

    It would be a big bullet point for subscribers, I'd imagine.

 

 

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