Got my new Nexus 5X last week. It's running Android 6 (Marshmallow). I realised over the weekend that TV Anywhere hadn't been installed as part of the set-up process (which is supposed to copy all the apps from my previous phone).
Opened the Play Store and found that TV Anywhere isn't compatible with my new phone. Presumably because I'm running Marshmallow.
Did the Virgin Media development team learn nothing from last year's Lollipop debacle? Google make development versions of their new operating systems available to dev teams for a reason - so apps can be ready for users as the OS is released. Most companies seem to realise this. My phone is packed full of apps that have been updated to work with Marshmallow. But not TV Anywhere.
Last year it took months before VM made TV Anywhere available for Lollipop. Are we going to have to go through the same nonsense again this year? When will TV Anywhere work on Marshmallow?