Find movies & TV shows you love*

There are over 150 new games for iPhone and iPad being released every day. How do you find the ones that you’ll like?


That’s why we’re really excited to tell you that now FOUNDD can recommend you games as well!


As always, FOUNDD doesn’t need you to rate items of that category to give you recommendations. For example, with the ratings of movies & TV shows you have already you’ll get game recommendations right away.

Go ahead, open your FOUNDD app now and give the game recommendations a try.


We hope you like it,

the FOUNDD team


These are the movies released in 2013 with the highest ratings on FOUNDD.

1: Grown Ups 2

Avg. Rating: 4.40

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2: Despicable Me 2

Avg. Rating: 4.31

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3: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Avg. Rating: 4.29

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4: Iron Man 3

Avg. Rating: 4.25

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5: Fast & Furious 6

Avg. Rating: 4.13

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6. World War Z

Avg. Rating: 3.99

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7: A Haunted House

Avg. Rating: 3.88

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8: Warm Bodies

Avg. Rating: 3.85

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9: Star Trek Into Darkness

Avg. Rating: 3.84

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10: Man of Steel

Avg. Rating: 3.78

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11: Mama

Avg. Rating: 3.76

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12: This Is the End

Avg. Rating: 3.63

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13: Pacific Rim

Avg. Rating: 3.59

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14: Gangster Squad

Avg. Rating: 3.57

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15: Parker

Avg. Rating: 3.53

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16: Broken City

Avg. Rating: 3.45

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17: Texas Chainsaw 3D

Avg. Rating: 3.44

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18: Dark Skies

Avg. Rating: 3.38

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19: Escape from Planet Earth

Avg. Rating: 3.36

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20: The Last Stand

Avg. Rating: 3.27

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What do you think? Any of your favorite movies from 2013 that weren’t in here?


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#WorldVeganDay @ FOUNDD

Fried mediterranean millet balls with sweet pepper-tomato sauce on a crisp claytonia bouquet. — bon appetit!


We’re pretty excited about the new FOUNDD 2.0 for your iPhone and iPad. It’s a big change in design and structure and we hope you like it.

You can see that posters are a lot bigger now. We feel that the movies & TV shows are the core of your experience with FOUNDD and deserve to get all the space they can.

In order to do this, we reduced the controls to icons instead of text buttons and made them be more in the background.

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The biggest difference to the old app is at the the part that helps you find what to watch next, the former watchlist. It’s now split into two parts. One is “Recommended” and the other one is for the movies that you have added yourself, your “watchlist”.

We hope that this way it becomes easier to distinguish what FOUNDD recommends and what you have decided to watch.

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Also, the lists are now presented in a grid view. We think that will make it easier to distinguish where you are in the app. Until now, rating movies and finding movies looked very similar.

Oh, and of course: We added TV shows to the app! You can switch in the side menu:

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Another big addition is friends. You can now see what your friends have rated and what they plan to watch, all in the app. And if you see something from your friends you like, just add it to your watchlist.

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We hope that all of these changes make it easier for you to browse through your watchlist and find something amazing to watch.

Get the app here


Today, Apple launches its new operating system for the iPhone and iPad, iOS 7. It’s the biggest redesign since Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in 2007.

While it might be less intuitive than previous versions, Apple told us during a workshop in Munich that they believe that the world has grown up to understand digital abstraction and doesn’t need skeuomorphism anymore.

We like the clarity that iOS 7 brings and its new control centre is incredibly useful. After using it for a while it does feel much better than iOS 6.

The difference in design became really obvious while using the iOS 7 beta with current apps that are made for iOS 6. Going from the iOS 7 interface to even the most beautiful apps always felt like a downgrade, so it became clear that we wanted to adapt the user interface of our iPhone and iPad app. This is more difficult than it sounds, because on one hand you want to conserve your own brand identity but also give you, the user, a consistent user experience across the entire usage of your iPhone and iPad.

After weeks of hard work, we’re ready to share a sneak preview with you:

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We’re currently adding the final touches to the app and will release it in the appstore soon. We hope you’ll like it.