An app called Easy World Web has been making its way around the world since last October.
The app, which was developed by the company SimpleVideo, is free, but has a subscription option which allows you to watch videos for free for two years.
But it’s not without its problems, and one of the problems it has is that the app doesn’t always work.
A screenshot of Easy World’s website, which lists the app’s features and some of the videos it supports, is embedded below.
If you click on the screenshot, you’ll see that the page is empty.
The screenshot shows a page that says “All videos are watched automatically,” which indicates that the service is listening for incoming connections.
The page’s title is also empty.
This is because SimpleVideo uses a feature called DNS filtering.
When you visit the Easy World website, SimpleVideo will ask you to enter your username and password.
If your browser does not support DNS filtering, Simplevideo will then automatically send a request to the DNS server for that website or app, instead of asking you for your username.
When SimpleVideo receives a request for your IP address, it’ll send an IP address of the request’s destination address to that address.
When it receives that request, it will send an HTTP 302 response, indicating that it received a request.
This means that the browser that received the request can then see that request’s content, which is normally the HTML that a website or an app would include in its content.
The reason that SimpleVideo’s website doesn’t work is that it does not allow you to view videos while you’re using the app.
You have to enter a username and/or password to watch a video.
The site will also show you a list of videos, but you can’t scroll through the videos you want to watch.
The video preview in the app also doesn’t show the videos that you want.
This issue doesn’t affect SimpleVideo completely, because you can still watch videos while the app is running.
But the app does not work for videos you have already watched.
There are a couple of possible solutions to this problem.
The first is to disable DNS filtering entirely.
Simply remove the Easy video app from your device and reboot your device.
This can be done in the same way as you would uninstall and reinstall any other apps on your device that don’t support DNS.
The second is to set up DNS on your smartphone.
This requires a few steps.
Open your phone’s browser.
If it doesn’t already have a DNS browser installed, it should automatically install it.
If not, click the “Settings” menu in the bottom right corner of your phone.
Under “Services,” scroll down and select “Network and Internet.”
Click “Add a DNS Server.”
Select “Use a DNS server.”
Under “Add DNS Server,” click “Add new DNS Server” and enter your phone number and the phone’s DNS IP address in the DNS address box.
Then click “OK.”
You’ll see a list with a few choices.
If the app isn’t listed, click “Change DNS Server Settings.”
Click the “Change” button at the bottom of the list and then select the “Add New DNS Server option.”
The list will pop up again with the DNS Server you selected.
Click “OK” to accept the DNS settings.
Then restart your device’s browser and watch the videos.
If this doesn’t fix the issue, you can try setting up DNS again, this time by entering the phone number manually in the “Address” box and entering the DNS IP addresses in the address box, again.
However, you will have to wait for the app to automatically install the DNS in the browser.