What's New✔ Adds iOS4 compatibility
App DescriptionEver argued with friends about the name of the main character in The Shining? Or tried to remember who played the girlfriend in Se7en? Movie Genie can answer these questions for you within seconds.
Movie Genie is a live IMDb client for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It lets you access movies, people, video games and TV series on the Internet Movie Database through an intuitive interface, quickly and easily.
✓ Search for any person, movie, TV title, video game on IMDb in a single interface
✓ Display IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings for any title, easily read all available IMDb user reviews
✓ See detailed information on every title, including plot summaries, trivia, goofs and cast & crew
✓ Find actors, directors, writers, composers and more with their full biography, photos and filmography
✓ Browse between movies and people with an intuitive interface that displays character names, release years and other meta data
✓ Display episode listings for TV series, awards for any person or title, user reviews, quotes, certifications and parental guides
✓ Add any item to your favorites list to be easily accessible later
✓ See your browse history
✓ Directly go to IMDb or Rotten Tomatoes within the app to display any item
If you are having issues with Movie Genie, please email us first before writing a review. We cannot contact you if you just submit a review!
Please note that an internet connection (Wi-Fi, 3G or EDGE) is required to use this application.
Featured in iTunes Store Staff Favorites all around the world.
Rated 4.5 stars by 148Apps:
“Are you someone who is all about movies and TV shows and are constantly checking IMDb on your iPhone? Movie Genie is what I’ve been waiting for - an iPhone app for IMDb.” - 148apps.com
Awarded Kevin's Utility of the Week from 148Apps
Have suggestions? Contact us with your ideas and we'll be happy to implement them. The following features will be added in the upcoming versions:
✓ Display all photos related to a title or person
✓ Watch trailers for a title
✓ Support for widescreen use
✓ Search history
June 15, 2009 Initial Release