• cj5

    Thanks! Glad you liked it.

    There's no specific reason for going for iOS, it's just that we are more comfortable developing for it. Once we figure out the right product through few more iterations, we will launch the Android version too.

    Content is manually curated for now but we plan to allow users to submit quotes in a future version.

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  • cj5

    We just launched Quotesy for iOS. It brings the most memorable quotes from your favorite movies and TV shows to your mobile device. Discover, revisit or save your favorite quotes. Share quote images and GIFs with friends or quote the text in your Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and even more.

    • Features the best curated collection of memorable, funny, awesome, cute, geeky, philosophical quotes from the best movies and TV shows
    • Get bored no more, Quotesy brings amazing new content everyday to kill time and cheer you up!
    • Like quotes to build your awesome collection to revisit later or share with your friends
    • Share quote images and GIFs with friends or quote the text in your Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Email, Pinterest, Instagram and even more.
    • Download the pics from Quotesy and share the awesomeness with your friends
    And much much more…

    We would love to hear your thoughts on this and how we can make it better.

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  • cj5

    @slarkx Yes, I have used it. We actually shifted from node webkit to electron since the node webkit wasn't in active development.

    atom.asar contains the electron modules and must be included in the distribution

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  • cj5

    Discover new movies and tv shows, and revisit old ones with every tab. Every tab you open will show wallpapers of a random movie. Watch trailers, get IMDb rating and buy from Amazon.

    Install from http://movietabs.shyahi.com/
    It was also on ProductHunt a few months ago: http://www.producthunt.com/tech/movietabs

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  • cj5

    @slarkx Check out electron, its backed by Github and has a great documentation. Slack and Atom are built on top of it

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