Where to donate?

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08 Nov, 2012 03:30 PM

Hey just purchased my first mac for htpc and this program is the first one I tried. Fantastic app that you
Have going on here. 2 days of setting up custom RSS feeds were kind of annoying, but feels good to
Get rid of the cable company.

Real reason for the post is I wanted to know how many users of the app do you
Currently have? Also, is there a way to donate to the developer, who is the developer?
I wonder if he was to charge a monthly subscription and would it be enough to get every New tv show out apart of the "add show" list?

In closing great app here glad I found it. Although adding custom RSS feeds could be tricky
For the casual computer user.

Thanks for your time

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Cristina Gómez on 13 Nov, 2012 11:08 AM

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    Hi Mr huey,

    You don't need to use custom feeds, there's a preset show list with most of the shows currently on the air. If you want a specific show and it's not in the preset list, you can request us to add it. It can take some time because it's a manual process (we don't know all shows!) and we have our regular jobs (so we can only dedicate our free time to TVShows), but if it meets the conditions explained in the previous link, we will eventually add it.

    TVShows has currently about 45.000 users. It is free and we intend to keep it that way. We accept donations, though: there's a donate button in the app (bottom left side), also in our website. The developer is Víctor Pimentel, a Spanish Computer Engineer.

    Thank you for your support!

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