1,000 - 5,000 downloads
by Adeline Teoh on 12/06/2014
Far easier to use than the website for displaying and scanning tix.
by rebecca jordan on 11/06/2014
It's not a bad app. My biggest gripe is when you search for sessions via date...you still have to scroll through all the sessions that have already screened since the start of the festival.
by brian were on 11/06/2014
Good place to get SFF info in general. Although the UI needs work, e.g bit clunky, program landing is always set to day 1 of the festival, not conducive for quick easy access, which would be the advantage of having it on a handheld device. Good start, will be better next year I bet
by Rishi Sahgal on 11/06/2014
Crashes all the time. Don't you guys test your apps before releasing them?
by Sujeev Vijeyakumaar on 09/06/2014
It's obviously just been copy/pasted from an iOS version, with no Android design or consideration at all. Also doesn't look like there's an offline mode for tickets which is crappy considering the reception in cinemas and mobile providers constantly dropping out.
by julie lawless on 08/06/2014
This is potentially a fantastic app but it's still incredibly buggy. I'd still recommend getting it over *not* getting it as it's so handy when it does what it's meant to do- it has no offline functionality so you'll still need to print tix. And make sure the movie you've clicked on is the movie you're looking at- I've almost bought tickets to the wrong thing a couple of times because it sometimes
by Alex Metcalf on 07/06/2014
Useful way to sort through sff info
by Alisha Haumono on 06/06/2014
Omg had to deleat this stupid app and install it again, come on it's 2014, let's please get things right, if I have to go to my movie tomorrow and it doesn't open I'm going to be disappointed again
by Saxifrage Cucvara on 06/06/2014
Its fine I guess
by Prime Entelechy on 06/06/2014
For our city's most prestigious film festival to have this clunky embarrassment as its official app is downright shameful. Nothing is done right. Nothing is clear or intuitive. The city deserves its money back. This is not acceptable in 2014.
by Dean Wheatley on 06/06/2014
Interface is quite poor. Navigation and movie links sometimes broken.
by Hugo Foong on 05/06/2014
Pretty good app. Works well on Samsung Galaxy S3 & Note 10.1. Bit choppy when scrolling through the selection of films. Unfortunately unable to make your own seat selection when booking through the app - given a predetermined seat - unlike the website. Otherwise the best & fastest way to present your tickets at the cinema!
by Janet Burstall on 02/06/2014
I had SFF tickets on this phone last year. This year Google store tells me no version of the app for my phone. No other app singles out my phone from other Androids. Not happy.
by Liz Baxter on 30/05/2014
As usual SFF has a great to use all in one app. No need to print out tickets or remember to have them with you. Buy a flexipass and you can just add films as you go along and as others want to join. Love the SFF and love the app I just wish other festivals and events would follow.
by David Myles on 28/05/2014
On an Android phone this app is clunky and buggy: 2 out of 5 movies I clicked were incorrect links. The Search function is missing altogether (odd given so many films). Unlike other apps I use it doesn't remember details such as multipass numbers. Cart not saved if you accidentally shut down. ..