Callsheet →

Casey Liss has launched a new iPhone and iPad app that makes learning about TV shows and movies a breeze. Here he is on his blog:

Callsheet, in short, allows you to look up movies, TV shows, cast, and crew. You can think of it as similar to the IMDB app but… with respect for its users. Which, actually, makes it not like IMDB at all.

When I watch a movie or TV show, I’m constantly trying to figure out who that actor is, who the director is, and so on. Early this year, I wanted a way to look this up that was native to iOS/iPadOS, but also fast, with no fluff that I wasn’t interested in. I wanted a bespoke version of the IMDB app.

So I wrote it. It’s called Callsheet, and I’d love for you to try it.

Callsheet is the indie app scene at its best — taking on a huge app written by people who don’t seem to care about their users — and doing a better job at it in every single way.

Casey’s business model for Callsheet is very simple: the app will run you $1/month or $10/year after a one-week trial period or your first twenty searches.

The app itself is very clever, and I encourage you to go check out Casey’s post about some of the features he has built, like the ability to hide potential spoilers, integration with JustWatch and more. If you find yourself reaching for IMDB but want to live a better life, Callsheet deserves a place on your phone.