Return of the Internet Apps Part 2

alain | November 5, 2009 in VUDU,VUDU Labs | Comments (9)

pandoraMany of you asked us to do that VUDU that we do… and we did. The Internet apps are back and ready for love. From Picasa, to Flickr, to free on-demand TV, to the ever popular Pandora, and a few casual picasagames.  These apps – previously hosted under the VUDU Labs tab on the VUDU box – are alive and well and living on  VUDU enabled TV’s.

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These great Internet apps add a ton of fun and free activities to the VUDU experience. Our complete set of Internet apps are available to VUDU box and Mitsubishi customers for now*.

We plan on releasing more Internet apps in the next few months, so comment below with some of your favorites. In the meantime, give our current Internet apps a spin and tell us what you think!

* Internet apps are not available on devices from LG Electronics at this time. Please refer to LG Electronics at www.lge.com/us/support/contact/support-message.jspif you have questions.

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9 Responses to “Return of the Internet Apps Part 2”

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  1. Comment by Angelo A. — November 6, 2009 at 7:00 am  

    Hey VUDU,

    I Just had some ideas about some more Apps: Weather App, Facebook App, Slacker Radio App, Twitter App, Fandango App (movies), SIRIUS XM App, Google Seach App, ESPN App (sports), Google Earth App, Joost TV App, and Bloomberg App (stocks)

  2. Comment by Allen — November 18, 2009 at 11:54 am  

    I really like the “labs” apps and there are many more of those that I would like to see evolve. I am a developer so I know that this takes a lot of work. Still, I would really like the ability to extend my Vudu box by plugging in custom applications that i write or that i could buy – like the iPhone does. I think it would be great if you guys thought about a public API and an “app store”, if you will. I believe it would make the device even more appealing.

    Just a thought.

    Have a great day!

  3. Comment by Allen — November 18, 2009 at 11:56 am  

    PS – I would REALLY love some API or functionality for other wireless inputs (specifically keyboard) as using the current controller for “scroll-and-click-typing” is painful.

  4. Comment by alain — November 19, 2009 at 12:09 pm  

    Great idea on allowing users to write their own apps. Stay tuned…

    On the wireless input devices, what kind of devices would you like to see supported?

  5. Comment by catdad6 — January 4, 2010 at 6:35 am  

    We LG users must start bugging LG soon about these apps. I’d love to get all this on my LG blu-ray

  6. Comment by googligoo — January 6, 2010 at 12:37 pm  

    Yeah…what’s the story with LG??!?!

  7. Comment by Alex — April 24, 2011 at 3:23 pm  

    SIRIUS XM app would be appreciated by those of us subscribed to their internet radio service. My VIZIO Player with the VUDU apps has been an entertainment bonanza. I just need one more

  8. Comment by Bill — June 24, 2011 at 9:17 am  

    You are missing some serious apps that even Vizio TVs have. Radiotime and Hulu Plus support are seriously needed.

  9. Comment by john — December 7, 2011 at 3:41 pm  

    we need i heart radio/ on phillips

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