So I have been asked many times in the past year or 2, how can I keep track or organize my movies and TV shows that I stream?
Years ago, many years ago we had the TV Guide we picked up at the local store or had it delivered, I use to love doing the crossword puzzle in the back each week. This guide was our bible for the TV. It showed what was on, what time and what day, who was in it and a brief description of the show.
Now for me, so much has changed. I no longer have cable, I stream everything I watch and my main channels that I stream from are Prime, Netflix and Hulu. The problem is I can never remember where I watched what show. I have no idea when new episodes will be airing, forgetting times and dates of those shows.
So what’s a girl to do? I started researching apps to help me keep track of the shows I have watched, shows I want to watch, movies as well and reminders of when all the magic happens!
From the TV shows you watched years ago to movies in theaters now, TV Time is the tool you need to help organize ALL the shows and movies you love. This APP is for MAC products.
Benefits: (it’s free)
- Keep track of what you’re watching now – all in one place
- Build a complete library of what you’ve previously watched
- Create a to-do list of episodes and movies to watch later
- Receive alerts when new episodes and movies are available
- Discover where to watch shows and movies – across all platforms
- Get personalized recommendations based on what you’ve watched
- Cast your vote with ratings, emotions and favorite characters
- See what other fans are saying, spoiler-free
- Dive deeper with quizzes, polls, articles, and podcasts
- Never miss an episode or new release again with TV Time!
All these types of apps let you know that they may track what you are watching, but trust me if you have cable they are already tracking you on there as well. The TV Time app is for MAC products only but I have heard HOBI is for Android users as well as MAC users. Please research your app before purchasing or downloading any app.
Another option for keeping track would be a spreadsheet. While this is a bit old school it will keep track of what you have watched, what you would like to watch, where you watched it (Channel) and time/date. You would not be reminded when a new episodes are airing, or be able to read reviews.
There are many options out there if you are looking to organize your TV TIME. Sort of like Goodreads keeps track of all I read, they give recommendations and reviews, this would help with tracking and organizing your TV TIME!
(I have no affiliation with TV Time nor do I receive and compensation for promoting them)