I gave the app my Facebook credentials, but I can't tell why it wants them. Every feature from the main page brings you to the main OWN website, which does not recognize your app log-in and hence asks you for a website login. It didn't even remember that I had already input my provider and zip code for the channel selector. The schedule gave me east coast times for shows. The Twitter feed button was literally just a browser launch to their Twitter page. The Facebook feed button? Well, I think you can guess.
So odd and disappointing for an Oprah product to be so mediocre. She should have struck a deal with Yap.tv similar to USAAnywhere or perhaps built a Miso sideshow and at least had a serious app on the market place instead of a web browser with an "OWN" skin.
Social. While you can see the Twitter feed, it is not integrated in any way what so ever. I actually think using the Twitter app would be a better experience. Very low.
Seamless. No integration of any source of content (just a proxy for the TV lineup).
Stimulating. There are a few featured shows on the main page, but there is only a 4 line descriptor of the show itself behind the option to click.