Hey Everyone, just wanted to apologize to everyone who's grown to love this app. Unfortunately my day job has been keeping me too busy to devote any real time to updating this app. However, I am still looking for any seasoned Java/Android developers who are willing to help out. If that's you, please drop me a line. In case I don't find anyone willing/able to help out or commit, I am hoping to release parts of this app's code. I'd love to release all the code to this app, however, large parts of it is commercial code that I can't make public. But I am planning on releasing the parts that seem to change constantly (ie: the parts that handle parsing the various file hosts' websites) so that anyone will be able to help out. It's gonna take a bit of time to change the project around to make that possible, but at least there's light at the end of the tunnel
We're very proud to announce that our sister site has finally released a good version of XBMC for Android complete with all the bells and whistles you've come to love from XBMC. Since XBMC still doesn't support hardware accelerated video decoding on most devices, this device employs an external player to do so. It also has many of the customizations you've come to love in our Wizard application. Check it out: http://www.xbmchub.com/blog/2013/01/17/ ... n-seconds/
Team XBMC HUB Staff
Harry Muscle wrote:I also wanted to let everyone know that the founder of IceFilms will now also be playing a significant role in the continued development of this application.
Abe wrote:Harry Muscle wrote:I also wanted to let everyone know that the founder of IceFilms will now also be playing a significant role in the continued development of this application.
Which founder of IceFilms are we talking about?
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