If you have already purchased a lifetime option through the beta, shouldn’t you be able to restore that beta lifetime just so you can test the process? (I know I can just purchase it again but asking anyways.)
For the record, I wasn’t able to get pro yesterday in the beta, but I just did a restore in the beta app, and it worked
Thank you for the lightning-fast response!
When trying to “purchase” a lifetime option in the beta version of the App on my ATV, I was promted with an error message regarding my network connection. After “purchasing” the same license in the beta version on my MBP, I was able to restore the license on the ATV without any issues.
Same problem for me.
On Sunday I added a new TV show. While refreshing the database the app crashed. After a restart, the update was still running, I could find it via the search function and I could also play it. Yesterday I added more episodes and wanted to do it again. Unfortunately the app crashed after a few seconds while playing.
Database is on the NAS, Apple TV, MAC and iPhone connected via SMB.All software is up to date.
That’s a terrific understatement. I can’t restore my Pro lifetime purchase, neither on Mac, iOS or AppleTV. That should have been MENTIONED in TestFlight somewhere, to avoid discussing this. I’m understandably wary about getting accidentally charged $CDN129 for something I’ve already bought. Can you guarantee I won’t be charged again?
Thank you so much. Not only 7.5 solves the issue, but it also brought a feature I have been dreaming of for years … don’t have to switch to YouTube and search for trailers anymore. I must say iI had a very pleasant surprise today. We tend as customers to complain and give negativ feedback when things don’t work as we expect, and we are slow to say when we are happy. So this time I wanted to be fast and say thank you. Good job!
Still not in the App Store, or showing up in Updates section. I assume this is an Apple delay? When do updates normally get processed and appear? It’s still frustrating to me that announcements are made for new versions that nobody can access (at least in the Canadian App store).