Movie journal is my first iOS app developed 100% with Swift code. The interface is created with SwiftUI, and the data is managed with Core Data. All the data generated within the app is synced between devices thanks to CloudKit.
It lacks social functionalities on purpose, and the information you generate never leaves your device. Only you have access to it.
So far this is what the app can do:
- Search movies using TMDB's API.
- Add movies to your watchlist. Add a comment to remember why you want to watch it.
- Keep track of your watched movies. Add comments, viewing date, and rating. You can also indicate if you stopped the movie halfway.
The app is in continuous development. Here are the features I plan to add in the near future:
- Find out on which VOD platforms the movies are available.
- Notifications when watchlisted movies are available on a new VOD platform.
- Same but for TV shows.
- Export your data in JSON format. You can import it into another app or simply store it as a backup.
- Import data from other sources.
- iPad, MacOS, and WatchOS apps.
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