By Brian Murphy and Chris Herring December 6, 2018 10:09:13When I signed up for Fanducations, I didn’t know how to watch a show.
I thought they would have an app, but instead, I was greeted by the usual menu of ads and ads that would have been a pain in the ass if you didn’t have a VPN connection.
Then there was the whole fad of the “dumb” way to watch shows, like “The Bachelor” or “American Idol” (that was a joke, right?).
Then, last week, the app was updated to include the following features: “A TV Everywhere service” which allows viewers to view a network and channel of their choice on their television.
“An interactive map” where you can check out your favorite networks and channels and find shows that you might like.
“Ability to watch multiple Fandoms at once” where multiple Fandom members can watch the same show.
This is the first time I’ve seen Fanduons updated to feature the above features.
But the company is not without flaws.
As it turns out, the Fanduca app is not as foolproof as some might think.
Here are a few of the issues that I found in the update:It doesn’t include any sort of way to search the shows or network names.
In fact, you can’t even use the Fandom search function, which is very confusing for new users.
This is one of the reasons why I like the Fandiucation app.
The app shows you all the shows, and you have to sign up to see the shows.
I had to sign in with my Facebook account before I could see the show names.
That’s a problem for some people, but it’s actually a minor one in the app.
If you sign up for the Fands and it tells you the show you’re interested in, you’re already there.
It shows you a list of all the FANDUs, but the show lists are all over the place.
This can be annoying, especially for people who have a lot of Fanduccates.
For example, if I wanted to watch The Bachelor with a friend, I would have to type in the show name and then type the network name, but that show lists show names everywhere, like: ABC Family CBS Family ABC Family ABC Family CBS Family ABCFamily ABC FamilyABC FamilyABCFamilyABCFamilyCBS FamilyABC News ABC Family ABC News ABC NewsABC FamilyCBS Family ABCNewsABC Family CBS NewsABCFamily CBS News CBS News ABCNews ABC News CBSNewsABCNews ABCNewsCBS News CBSnews ABC NewsCBS NewsABC News CBS The other problem is that the network names are all in the wrong order.
It seems that the shows are being ranked based on their popularity.
That seems like a stupid way to rank shows, especially since it’s all based on how much people like the show, not how many people are watching it.
The show is supposed to be more popular than a network show.
This doesn’t seem like the right place to put it.
I also don’t get the idea of getting paid for viewing shows.
The Fanduciations app seems like the place to go to see a show, but Fanduckin is it?
Fanducate does have a way to view ratings, but only when you’re logged in with Facebook.
There are no other options to do so, so I’m not sure if I’m happy about that.
Fandud is also limited to just shows, which I don’t see as an issue since it shows the network of shows, not the actual network that a show airs on.
The Fanduce app doesn’t show any of the actual shows airing on TV.
Fandom doesn’t count for anything, and I don’s want to see shows I haven’t watched.
If I’m watching an FandUCate show, I’ll probably want to tune in to see it.
There is also no way to skip through the show list.
The list is sort of like the internet, but you have no way of finding the shows you want.
This also means that you can have the F and B show in the same month without having to scroll through the entire show list again.
This was annoying.
Fanduccation’s app doesn “lose” the ability to “see what’s coming up next.”
This is a problem because you can always go back to the F, A, or C list.
This makes it easy to skip to any of these shows.
Fandom is a nice app, and it should be included on Fanducci, but there is a lot more to it than meets the eye.
For me, Fandue is a fantastic way to follow Fandom and see what shows are coming up.
If your friends want to join Fandús, Fandom is great.
If they’re just looking for a place to watch TV