Streaming Service Launches New iPhone App

The Rakuten subsidiary service provides on demand internet streaming media. goes further than his already known rivals by combining the options of a monthly subscription that offers unlimited streaming and individual purchases or rentals. With you can usually get rentals for the price of £3.49 or a lot more for something recently released and you can buy TV series for the average price of £10 to £20, varying on how old it is. The advantage of using the pay-per-view method, alongside the subscription option, is that the subscription services will have the new releases available only after some weeks or months. has a rather updated selection of new releases, matching those from Google Play Movies & TV and Blinkbox. streaming service has recently announced a new application adjusted for iOS7 that, for the first time, makes the service available on iPhones and on a variety of Apple devices. This is certainly good news for the Apple users! The iPhone app is available on the Apple Store and offers users the opportunity of browsing, renting, purchasing TV series and movies from a list of more than 5,000 options (that include titles from big Hollywood studios and the BBC) right from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. The titles that have already been rented or purchased will become automatically available in the section named “My Library”, thus allowing Apple users to watch their much loved TV series or film at any time and in any place, as long as they use a Wi-Fi connection. A wide-ranging on-demand catalog is also available for streaming right on their Apple devices for Selection subscribers.

CEO Jacinto Roca from pointed out that it was only a matter of time until the release of iPhone app and Player on more Apple devices, because it is absolutely normal to provide users of every device or platform access to all their content. By redesigning the Player so that it is compatible with iOS7, service managed to supply its users with their full quality library everywhere they go. In addition, the CEO considers that this definitely represents a big step for, their target being to provide users access to on-demand streaming on all devices they own that have a screen.

This newly released application for iOS, the iPhone App, comes to complete the already existing collection of applications for Samsung, LG, Smart TVs made by Sony, tablets running on Android, Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles.

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