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Whether you’re into everything entertainment or want to keep up with the latest on just The Walking Dead, Fortnite or Star Wars, the FANDOM app makes it quick and easy to be in the know.<br><br>Get all the info and breaking news you care about in one place with customized fan feeds: news, wiki pages, stories, videos, social buzz, ‘Discussions,’ and in-depth knowledge via FANDOM communities.<br><br>FEATURES<br>- Customize your feed by choosing entertainment topics you’re passionate about, from the next Netflix sleeper hit to the upcoming Marvel movie to the hot new Xbox game and everything in between<br>- Never miss a beat with videos, news, reviews, original stories, social conversations and exclusives<br>- Go deep inside your favorite fandoms with expert information fueled by fan communities<br>- Join the conversation and swap fan theories with the Discussions feature<br>- Get notified when “OMG! moments” happen within your favorite fandoms<br>- Easily share articles with friends through email, Messages, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and more<br><br>Please note that news-related content is currently only available in English.
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This is a great app for tv show fans. It gives you lists of characters, chat groups for that show and even profiles. It’s really great. Except to make the app better they should maybe add classic tv shows for instance. 1930 classic shows and up. So others can search for their favorite shows from when they were kids. And maybe virtual trading cards would make this app epic so you could trade with friends from around the world your cards. One more thing to make this app perfect if you could add more shows,movies,anime,comics and video games. So please do look into my suggestions. Besides what I said I recommend this awesome app! Thx so much for reading have a great day!:)
I downloaded this app a few weeks ago because I found myself on wiki pages every single day looking up stuff for certain shows. I was disappointed that there were no wiki pages on the app, nor a way to search for the “fandoms” that I wanted to look up. There was no search option, just a list to choose from. BUUUT as of today, they add a way to search from what you want, and get the wiki pages with all the info you get online. I’m extremely happy they decided to add this feature to their app. I really hope all the people that have one star reviews, because of the no search feature, sees the app update and charges their rating based on the performance now. I know that a lot of people are going to be really happy for this change!
This app is completely unusable. The fact that you can’t search for wikis makes it not worth downloading. Not to mention you need an account to even use it. I’m not interested in following wikis. The sole reason I downloaded this app was because the mobile site can also be a pain to use and I thought this would just be a quicker way to access quick fandom information. The developers need to realize this shouldn’t be made to be a social media or a journalism platform, which is what it looks like they’re trying to do. This app should act like a encyclopedia. The search bar should be prominent, and possibly even provide a history page of wikis you’ve visited. Know the service you’re providing and don’t turn out an unusable app like this. The wikis on the site are really useful. It’s a shame the app is shiny garbage.
I’m always reluctant to download apps when you can just use the web site. As a friend of mine once put: You want one TV with 500 stations, not 500 TVs with one station each. But sometimes app developers add functionality and smoothness to an app that’s difficult to duplicate in a mobile site. Look at the IMDB app, for example. OTOH, sometimes in their rush to “monetize” their content, a company makes a decision to focus on certain features and not on others. I don’t know what in God’s name these folks were thinking by *removing* search functionality—it strikes me as insane—but that’s what they did. And as you can see from other reviews, it’s a deal-breaker for a lot of people. And forcing people to log in is just the obnoxious icing on the irritating cake. Bad work, guys.
I've been using the fandom website for years, and slowly have been getting more and more annoyed to use it on my phone. So I decided to download the app and try it out. However, I was massively disappointed at the serious lack of choice. You are given ~30 fandom pages to choose from and that's it. Compared to the thousands of informative pages on the fandom wiki page, this is almost an insult for anyone switching from the mobile page. I've read reviews that it used to be like the full fandom webpage, every page was at your disposal. But for some reason, the devs decided to cut off the head of what made the fandom wiki so good. And start turning it into a social media site with only ~30 topics to discuss about??? This makes no sense. You've killed the app, devs. And everyone's been complaining for a while now, fix your stuff.
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FANDOM News & Stories is ranking in Entertainment & News
Last update was at Oct 28, 2019and the current version is 2.18.
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FANDOM News & Stories have a 4 618a user reviews.
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