The best way to manage your TV Shows

Posted on : Wed, 16 Sep App: MyTVShows

It has now got to the point with TV shows and series that the quality you get with them is at least as good as their Hollywood cousins. With the likes of Dexter, Deadwood, Band Of Brothers, Lost, Boardwalk Empire, Carnivale and The Sopranos TV has gone to a different level. And in our busy lives it can be difficult to know which episode you are up to when you are watching up to ten different series at a time. MyTVShows is a free movie and tv management tool for the iPhone that helps you organize your TV watching so you can keep track of the episodes you have watched and which one's you still need to see.     Are you a fan of TV Shows? Do you sometimes feel lost because you don’t know which was the last episode you’ve seen for a given TV Show? How about if you’re following 10 shows at once? MyTVShows is here to help you organize your episodes and keep track of what you’ve seen and what you have left to see. They also keep you updated about new episodes for the TV Shows you’re following so you'll never miss an episode again. If you are looking for a specific TV show you can either use the search box or navigate through all the shows available. For each show and season of a show you can keep track of the episodes you have already seen and the ones you haven't yet. TV Shows does not manage your movie files - only the show's information but does allow you to automatically import show, season and episode data. So you don't have to insert all the data by hand MyTVShows imports all the show's data from  

ConclusionSign up for a free account for your iPhone, iPod Touch and Android and you can use MyTVShows wherever you are. Even if you are at a friends house watching you can still keep track of where you are up to in a series. With so many great series on television these days it's essential you stay focused and organized. You can't rely on memory alone and there is little worse than missing an episode of Game Of Thrones or True Blood to be lost in the plot line...oh and did I mention Lost itself? Enough said, I think.


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