FlixQueue is specially designed to make managing your NetFlix queue quick and easy, but it’s much more than just another queue manager. It has additional features to make your NetFlix experience better. You can highlight multiple titles and move them as you want, see how much renting that TV series is really costing you, review rental history, saved, and at home titles. Check out new releases, Top 100 movies, and your recommendations - then add them to your queue with a single click. You can assign priority to any of the movies in your queue, and then sort your queue by that priority, availability, title, genre, or MPAA rating. Also, with the unique Web Extractor, you can easily add the newest movies, still in theaters, to your saved selections.
Reviewing 0.9.4.1 Beta (Jul 13, 2005)
Hi everyone. I'm the co-author of FlixQueue. I just wanted to tell everyone that we have decided to make FlixQueue freeware. No more registrations, no more trial time-outs. We are setting up donation methods, so if you like the program and want to help support our future updates and products, you can, but with no obligation. We have also just released a new version tightening up the code.
I'd like to invite all FlixQueue users to come to our website, and sound off on the forums. Give us your opinions good or bad, ideas, comments, or criticisms. Thanks for your time.
Reviewing 0.9.1.2 Beta (Apr 29, 2005)
I've been using FlixQueue since the first beta on BetaNews, and I think the program is really coming along. It has most of the bugs shaken out, and they keep adding new features.
I really like this program, it saves me alot of time if I want to change around my movies!
I tried using Netflix addict, the java program, but it was a pain to get working, and FlixQueue mostly just works.
Reviewing 0.9.1.2 Beta (Apr 25, 2005)
Agree. It's junky. Why not try the FREEWARE NetFlix managers? Like MYFLIXER. Just search google with the keywords NETFLIX and FREEWARE.
Also, check out http://netflixfan.blogspot.com/
for other addons, esp. GreaseMonkey:
"Greasemonkey Netflix Queue Shuffle
From Clint's blog:
Netflix lets you reorder your movies, but it's a HUGE pain to shuffle them around because you have to do it by hand (remember, I have 50 movies in my queue).
Enter Grease Monkey. The Firefox plugin that lets you write user scripts. I wrote a Grease Monkey script to add a "Shuffle Queue" button to your Netflix Queue."
And, while you're at it, check out:
Reviewing 0.9.0 Public Beta (Apr 7, 2005)
WTF? You have to pay $20 to use this? Why? Netflix already has a nice website.
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