The VOD platform for Indian and regional content Spuul will now be available on Amazon’s Fire TV and Android TV as an application. The app can be downloaded from the Amazon store and Android Play stores. Viewers can link their existing Spuul account with the Amazon Fire TV app and Android TV app whereas new users can sign up on using their existing Facebook account.
While the interface of both the apps looks simplified and user friendly, it has been designed keeping in mind the appearance of channels on a television set top box. To further enhance the experience, the apps are also entirely remote controlled. While Android TV users can log in with either their Facebook or Google accounts, Amazon users are free to use their gaming controllers as remotes for the Fire TV app too.
“With multiple devices and multiple platforms, it’s getting increasingly difficult for consumers to maintain different accounts on different applications and different devices. The Amazon Fire TV and Android TV apps are a step further in make streaming content a smooth, seamless experience for our viewers. Spuul lets you browse through a variety of movies on your phone, tablet, laptop, e-reader or TV wherever you go”, says Spuul Global CEO Subin Subaiah.
The apps are designed with built-in features such as regular updates of latest Hindi, Tamil, Punjabi and other Indian regional language titles. Through this app, Spuul’s 12 million (1.2 crore) viewers across India, Pakistan, UK, US, Australia, New Zealand and Middle East will now enjoy fresh Indian content anytime and anywhere.