Free streaming app Popcornflix launches on Amazon Fire TV


MUMBAI: Free movie and TV streaming service Popcornflix has rolled out its app on  Amazon Fire TV.

With this launch, Popcornflix is now available on a total of 10 different over-the-top (OTT) devices in the US, as well as on mobile and the web. Ten million users have downloaded Popcornflix so far.

Popcornflix offers more than 2,000 free movies and television series on an ad-supported basis. Among the programs available on Amazon Fire TV are over 50 TV series, including Cheaters, The Man Show with Jimmy Kimmel and the thriller series ReGenesis staring Ellen Page.

Also available for free are feature films such as Monster starring Charlize Theron, In Hell with Jean-Claude Van Damme, Henry's Crime with Keanue Reeves, family classics like The Big Comfy Couch, as well as award-winning international cinema.

?We want our audience to be able to watch Popcornflix from all major OTT devices, so we are really happy to add Amazon Fire TV to the pool of choices. We are also very pleased with the app design. It's exceptionally clean and sleek, making for an easy and high quality user experience,? said Popcornflix executive vice president David Fannon.

?We are thrilled to add Popcornflix and their free movies and television series to Amazon Fire TV. Amazon Fire TV is the best place to watch TV shows and movies and Popcornflix gives customers even more free content to love,? added Amazon Appstore vice president Steve Rabuchin.

Popcornflix is an ad-supported platform wherein TV shows and films include pre-roll, spot ads and banner ads, offering content and advertising partners a great opportunity to connect with a next-generation TV and movie audience that prefers to stream their content wherever and whenever they choose.

Popcornflix is also available on Roku, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Sony PlayStation PS4 and PS3, Google TV, Android, iOS, Windows 8, the web and on many leading Smart TVs.

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