KoVue- New TV/Video Group Watch App for Upcoming Season
ESIA13'
 11/7/2016 3:02:02 PM      Replies: 7

ESIA13'11/4/2016 12:00:17 PM

Hey everybody, 

While at GW I co-founded a startup and created a mobile application that could be of interest to the followers on this board. 

KoVue is a mobile application for TV which allows users can see what their invited friends are watching in real-time and setup online watch parties. Friends can "watch together" from different locations and talk to each other as if they were in the same room. 

For iPhone users- #iPhone link 

For Android users- #Android link

For those who have since left DC or those days where making it to Smith is tough, please consider this as an alternative to replicate the experience of catching the game with your mates for this upcoming season. Maybe even tune into election night next week with some friends who are in battleground states. Whatever your show preferences are, make it social and make it friendly with KoVue. Thanks! 

This is literally version 1.0 so any feedback or suggestions you may have for future updates please email me dlee@kovue.tv. Look forward to hearing from you and enjoy!

Doorie

 

50.181.31.19411/4/2016 12:01:44 PM

Anchor links are not working. Here are the url links: 

iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kovue/id1164393443

Android:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.kovue.us

BM11/4/2016 2:54:25 PM

Here you go:

iPhone

Android

hungryhungrytrachtenberg11/4/2016 3:00:28 PM

It makes me feel better that the guy who made the video sharing app can't figure out hyperlinks on this board.  

Remember Fort Myer11/4/2016 6:41:05 PM

Can't wait to have an on-line watch party with "Posters" 1-25.

Maine Colonial11/5/2016 10:12:03 AM

Good luck with your new app. I'm kind of old school and will stick with using Herve's LIVE CHAT function located at the top of this webpage.

50.181.31.19411/7/2016 3:02:02 PM

These "new" tech skills must not be backwards compatible... @BM Thanks for your assistance. 

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