If you want your 1.0 / 2.0 accounts connected you'll need to use the same email in both places. Benefits will be access to demo purchases, shrine history, role powers, etc.
MRN 2.0 Web App
Available to everyone here.
The app will now save any new demo ratings. However it is still displaying the average fan rating rather than your rating.
This actually updates more frequently than the android app now.
If the page appears as a blank grey box, edit the URL address to remove anything after the .app/ and press Enter to reload the page.
To reset your password follow the link to the web app. If you’re logged in, log out, then return to the login page. Enter the email you used to register your account here, then hit ‘reset password.’ An email will be sent to you with a link to change your password. Once you’ve updated your password, return to the login page and enter your new credentials.
OPEN TESTING: for anyone with Android.
v39: You should have access to your purchase demo bundles now.
INTERNAL TESTING: limited to those on the email list.
v40: playlist filters are now working though you can't yet set or update your ratings.
This is my focus for now.
The Android test app was available to the first 100 members of MRN 2.0 who provided a valid email address. All 100 slots are now filled. As we move through the various testing phases, we'll be able to add more users who have registered for a 2.0 account using a gmail account.
Instructions for Android Test Users:
Ensure you are using the latest version of the App by confirming the icon appears on your device as me on the Blue Album cover and is named Rivers Cuomo.
To update to the latest version of the app, you will need to uninstall the current app and install the latest version. If you cannot see the app in your Play Store library, access the app again here. You will only have access to this beta app if you log in to the Play Store using the same gmail address of your original MRN 2.0 account.
The App is available only on the Android platform at this time. Unfortunately, you can't deploy an app to Apple's App store from a Windows computer. When the android app is more or less done, I'll switch to Kyoko's mac and try to figure out how to deploy from there.
RiverTube is not yet accessible to web app or iOS users. A temporary workaround may be available here, but I can’t guarantee its availability or functionality.