4 Reviews on TvGuide.co.uk
The app was once a handy application that allowed me to immediately see what was available on my preferred channels and when. Now, you must wait for a long time for the confusing and ineffective homepage to load, after which you have to wait until the advertisement appears, after which you have to click (usually twice if the first two or three clicks aren't working) to delete the promotion. Even when you have a slither screen before the ad is displayed, you are returned to the confusing, ineffective homepage, and then you can select the grid. Once it is finally open, you need to click the program to determine when it begins. The only method to determine the duration of it is to check if it's on it and then select the next program after it to check the time it begins! Useless, I've removed it and switched to one that is user-friendly and easily and concisely informs me of what's happening and when it will be on.
This is a fantastic option to gather all the data you've been seeking since the site is secure and utterly reusable across the web.
If you are a parent with kids who wander around your home and on your computer- don't fret. This website is secure for your children. Therefore, you can be confident in it. In addition, you will find everything you've been looking for.
It is a good layout. It's unclear where it stops: the classification of specific programs is ambiguous. They consider "reality TV" to be a documentary. No. No. Reality TV, I think you mean. Anyway.
What is the review section? The review section is called "the internet of everything." ("Moderation" is "questionable," like a few other places, automated, sometimes doesn’t work, and there are no-reply emails).
The message is clear: Your comment will automatically be approved and appear on this webpage (assuming it hasn’t been flagged )... is anyone sure what that means?) "Assuming it hasn’t been flagged to manual approval" - Well, Has it? If it doesn’t appear, we'll assume it HAS been flagged to "manual approval" and wasn't approved. "automatically approved."
They don't necessarily mean "automatically authorized" - this sentence is meaningless. They mean "our automatic swear filter will approve your comment." They didn't say this. This is the "internet of things" again. It makes vague statements that don’t make sense.
It's just a webpage, right?! It doesn't matter. This is the real deal. Some programs don't accept comments anymore. Some do. They won't tell it. Anywhere. Commenting is the best way to find out if they don't get comments.
Tvguide - Just a thought. This is "the internet of everything" - it's automated and not reliable. Tvguide.co.uk appears to be much shoddier than you might expect from an official-looking tv guide.
People tend to be annoyed when you don't post reviews and then leave negative biased reviews. You don't seem to care. Are there any people working in the tv guides' offices?