New super cool stuff
Rippple will now show you your own 1 to 10 rating and indicate you if you commented a movie, episode, season or TV show in lists.
We’ve added more swipe (left to right this time) actions to the Activities tab: rate or comment episodes and movies, or recommend movies right from your history.
Sometimes you glance at reviews to see if a movie or a TV show is worth your time but the comments are full of spoilers and the ratings are not telling the full story. That’s why we added a "Sentiment Analysis" indicator on all comments. It’s not full proof but it can help you choose what comment to read and ultimately what movie or TV show to watch. It's also showing on your own comment's preview before posting so you can adapt your tone to appear more or less positive.
Movies and TV shows now display more useful information like their status (only when it makes sense).
Some other cool stuff
- Beginning with this version, we are going to open a “what’s new?” page when you open a new version of Rippple the first time. After 20+ official releases, we thought it was a good idea to let you know when something changed.
- We’ve added the possibility to force dark or light mode for Rippple. You can also follow the system appearance of course.
- It’s also now possible to disable the “where to watch?” if you do not care because you know… you know?!
The less cool but worth mentioning stuff
- We’ve made the purchase process a bit better to avoid any frustration when all you want to do is use Rippple to the fullest.
- The tabs icons gained some weight (nom nom nom) and are now more readable.
- Your stats will now be loaded even if your account is private.
- The “To Watch” won’t be reloaded if you didn’t change anything in the "To Watch" settings.
- And this version may or may not contain less bugs… it depends on the amount of new bugs introduced VS the one crushed.
One more stuff…
- We’ve added an “Experimental” section in the Settings. Features in there may change a lot or be removed in future version but fee free to test them and let us know if you like them or not or if you'd like them different.
- If you want, you can now test the “Calendar” feature. When enabled, a glanceable 15 days calendar is added on top of the “To Watch”. It’s built on top of the notifications system. This means you need to enable “To Watch” release Notifications for the Calendar to work properly.