My intro to Troys excellent site!

Hi, I would just like to start my 1st post off by saying just how invaluable I have found Troy site to keep my firestick up and running with very little hassle whatsoever!
The site has been bang on point with updates - advice and how ti’'s that frankly would have taken days upon days of trawling through the net to find if not for this amazing site!
I have never found the need to pay for one of these ‘subscription’ type services - even tho at 30 to 50 per year they are very affordable. Rather I have simply used the many free apps to watch the latest films, séries and sports etc with no buffering or any trouble at all. Even tho I’m just using my phone (on GiffGaff) as a hotspot for my firestick I get excellent service. No bufferung;lagging - no problems whatsoever ! In fact just perfect pictures and quality vision and sound.
I cannot recommend this site too much - and all for free!! Amazing and kudos to those who keep it going .
I have learnt quite a bit over the years tho and am ready and willing to help out others when and if I can. I hope to contribute to the site and I do have several apps that are nearly finished - a TV guide that is customisable to the region you are in will be 1st that’s ready to put up I think. Others include a link finder for those films or series that are not hosted on the main servers anymore - due to age or other factors. The Wire is one example of this and is in fact what give me the idea to do this particular app. I love the Wire and wanted to watch it again but although it was listed no working links could be found for most of the episodes. So I’ve made an app that will trawl the net etc and find these missing episodes so you can enjoy older programs that there just isn’t room for on the main servers.
Also a remote from your phone - I know this isn’t new but you can program this apo to use your phone as a remote for almost any device controlled by normal infra red remote.
I have a few more let’s say ambitious ones on the boil as well. But I’d rather get them working before I say too much about them
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@peexxeer0o

Thank you and welcome to our community! I hope you enjoy!

Be interested to see your work on aps, good luck and again thanks for joining us!

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Take a look here to get familiar with things. Need help we are here. enjoy!

Hell ya. I’m in. I’ll test any app you code and give you my honest opinion.

Hey @peexxeer0o
Welcome to our community in our little corner of the cord-cutting universe.
Anxious to see what you got, jump in when you can. Good luck and Happy Streaming!

Hello, and welcome. I see “the regulars” have already welcomed you also. I look forward to seeing the things you contribute to this site. Sounds like you’re working on some interesting stuff. However, I will be the first to point out that part of your post contradicts itself lol. You said you don’t really need to use subscription services and only use free apps. I’m not sure if you’re including file hosters such as real-debrid in that statement. You used The Wire as an example of a show that’s harder to find. I just did a search that cutoff at 30 seconds and returned 86 sources. Just something you may want to consider.

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