Since upgrading to iOS 9'my app crashes every time I try to use it.
I have deleted the the app and reinstalled with the same results.
App starts and and logs in then returns tv listings. If I tap on any element of the UI to try to use beyond that it crashes.
Anyone else seeing this behaviour?
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Like I said on the similar topic concerning the Android APP issue, maybe we should stop paying our cable bills.
And they keep advertising something that doesn't work.... simple solution, stop paying for something that is falsely advertised.
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I really dont think Rogers care about this either. I keep getting the same we are aware and working on it and we are sorry line from every avenue I try for support regarding this issue.
Time to let them know how we feel with our wallets, but I think that the people who are interested in this feature are such a small number that we don't count in the grand scheme of things.
Go here, ya it's not on their regular web access.....
Holy crapballs!!! I would never have thought to look on the On Demand website for a link to program me PVR!! I'd love to find out the logic behind burying it on that page and then not providing you a link on the same page that directs you to download the app (currently broken of course) from your app store of choice.
I should add a note here. You CAN access the rogersondemand.com website from your iPad but they add a few hurdles.
The same steps should work on an iPhone but I assume it would be painful on a small screen. The scrolling seems to be that you have to tap on the scroll bar as trying to scroll it results in the whole page trying to scroll. I also assume this would be similar on an Android tablet but I'm not familiar with how you request the desktop site on them.
I don't work for Rogers and have any affiliation with them, however, I have been wondering if this could be an iOS9 bug rather than a Rogers/contractor issue. iOS9.2 beta 4 was just released and it very well could be that Rogers have had to wait for Apple to get their act together. It puts them in a tough position in that they cannot bad mouth Apple for obvious reasons.
I don't develop apps for iOS, I am a web developer, so I was really surprised as to why it was taking so long. For the moderator to give a date range like he did makes me think it is more likely an iOS issue than a programming issue. Also, given that the iPhone version works and the iPad doesn't leads me to think it is iOS as well as the code base may be similar it is not the same. Having worked with an app developer on an iOS app, I remember him having to write specific code for each device to handle certain things.