Bugs Bunny springs to life with Cartoon Classics: Assorted Favorites

Sep 1, 2009
TV

For cartoon nuts, the Popeye. To improve the app, I suggest displaying the original release dates before the ‘toons. And, again, it would be useful if there was an option to store a few videos for when you don’t have Wi-iFi access. A nice feature is a live chat function. I don’t care much for […]

For cartoon nuts, the Popeye.

To improve the app, I suggest displaying the original release dates before the ‘toons. And, again, it would be useful if there was an option to store a few videos for when you don’t have Wi-iFi access.

A nice feature is a live chat function. I don’t care much for live chat, but if you bump into another fan of Bugs Bunny, well, that’s not so bad.

If you need to entertain kids for a moment, the 99-cent price tag is not a burden. Otherwise, you’ll find more enjoyment watching these classics for free on a bigger computer screen.

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Christopher Brinckerhoff

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