Good idea, planning to sync down TMDb’s collections into official trakt lists.
Unfortunately this is still very hard to predict with earlier online premieres and different release dates around the world. I’d like to do this as well, so i’ll leave it to continue researching.Anonymous commented
I know this is kind of a controversial discussed topic since I think 2013 but it is still a problem and in my opinion something that really needs „fixing“.
Just as an example: there are currently 147 people who rated the movie Avengers: Endgame which will release sometime this year but is far away from even holding promotional viewings for the press etc. because it’s not even in post-production yet. So there are clearly 147 people who distort the future rating of this movie, and there are hundreds of upcoming movies more with the same problem.
IMDb had the same problem years ago and decided to disable voting until the release date. Meaning who watched it prior that date will have to wait to submit their rating and comment. And in all honesty: most people who watch it prior release date will have a hard time explaining how they legally did that... not saying there aren’t premier shows and film festivals doing so but the absolut majority of viewers is going to watch the movie legally at or after release.
Anyhow, I think everyone can live with a compromise like open voting 7 days prior official release or something like that. Or if you’d like to vote prior release you have to write a comment of at least 50 letters or maybe only open voting prior release only for VIP members.
I really don’t care how you restrict this but something has to change imho.
3,061 votesAnonymous commented
For iPhone Users do the following:
- go to Safari App and open Trakt.tv
- within Safari then hit the Action / Share button (bottom in the middle / square with an arrow pointing upwards)
- hit "Add to Home Screen"
The Icon actually looks really nice and it works like an app. The only downside is, that you can't go backwards like on the website. Other than that it's like an actual app.