5 results found
If there was a Playstation, iOS and/or Android App, I would use it! An app to stream Rifftraxx movies, and buy MP3s for future use.
It might even open up a free Rifftraxx model. Where you have commercials every 30 minutes or so.
I would even pay a membership fee for the convenience for this...
Specifically Playstation. Crunchyroll's sales skyrocketed after their Playstation App became available.111 votes
We are working on a Roku app first, and if that succeeds, we will look at other platforms. Stay tuned!
It sure was easier to find the App/Viewer a few months ago. Now it's missing form your banner, and the only download link I can find is for a 2011 version that only works on Win7 and assorted toaster ovens.
Where is the new and improved app that you crow about in your latest releases? Was it always meant to be a pad app, and never a Windows 10 app?1 vote
Hello! Good suggestion.
You can find the new app at http://www.rifftrax.com/app. However keep in mind it is an app for mobile devices running Android or iOS, and not a Desktop app. It may be possible to introduce this in the future, but we have no immediate plans. Thanks for the suggestion – we’ll make the app easier to find from the main navigation!
I'm just wondering if you guys plan on updating the Apple version of the app, since it hasn't been touched for almost 6 months.1 vote
We have submitted the Library connected app to the iTunes app store, and we are now waiting on their approval.
automatically apply gift cards again--I screwed up and sent you guys $10 I couldn't entirely afford while trying to use mine.12 votes
This is on our roadmap!
(Yeah, I know, sounds like hours of fun!)
If you go back to 'Tooth Truth' and earlier, the current choices (hi/mid/low/legacy quality mp4) aren't there, and instead you've got iPod mp4, Zune, DivX, and MPEG-2, only one (or two?) of which is directly usable on modern devices.
I'd like to have everything available in the current 'correct' format (high quality mp4). People just discovering RiffTrax should be able to get the old shorts in the 'right' format, now that we've moved on from DivX, MPEG-2, and WMV.24 votes