maybe i'm being a bit dense here:
*I click the link - and am presented with a page whose center column scrolls down, to reveal that i need to select the next page, then the next - basically finding the newest video at the bottom (!)
*I get you can filter, but why not provide a link that does that to begin with? Surely purple supports that?
*The purple interface is clearly mobile friendly (unlike the site), but why am I being to asked to provide yet another logon/pwd ? *
*I trust LULA and expect you to push my LULA credentials to purple ( I trust you to do that securely)
*I trust LULA and expect LULA to act as payment processor
*I get the fact that purple is delivering content - but I'm unwilling to open a "purple" account to receive it (that should be your job)
Although not my main job, I develop CMS sites that easily perform all of the above, all of which have passed PCI audits - the largest including 26,000 accounts with online downloads (to be fair NOT videos, and no form of DRM). The point I raise is that it is perfectly possible to perform ecommerce within the context of a single site identity....
For me, any form of "streaming only" content delivery is unacceptable, i need to "download once" to my chosen device.
*i'm one of the adobe victims, receiving the notice that my account was possibly compromised. I've CLOSED that account, which actually took a 6.5 hour phone call to indeed verify that my previous credentials no longer work - thus losing access to ALL my previous online benefits including download/license info since CS3/LR1 ......