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CloudWalker partners with Spuul to liven up the living room with 10,000 hours of your favourite Bollywood and Regional movies

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MUMBAI: CloudWalker, a Smart TV company and Spuul, a popular online video streaming service has announced a partnership to enable users to watch Bollywood and regional movies on Cloud TV X2, India’s First 4K-Ready Full HD Smart TV on Android 7.0 Nougat OS. This association will bring about more than 10,000 hours of exciting Bollywood movies right in the living rooms of users of Cloud TV X2, thus providing an immersive viewing experience promised by Cloud TV X2, that’s powered by the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.

Commenting on the association, Jagdish Rajpurohit, President of CloudWalker, said, “At CloudWalker, we are driven with a vision to provide users with the best of digital content and technology on a Smart TV. Thus, after introducing Cloud TV X2 that packs powerful features like a Made in India content discovery & curation engine with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat, we have been working intensely to aggregate the best of digital content for our viewers. To the same end, we are delighted to announce our partnership with Spuul - one of the leading global OTT platform for latest to blockbuster Bollywood movies. We are hopeful that our viewers will prefer to consume this exciting content in our future ready Smart TV, Cloud TV X2.”

Echoing a similar thought, Rajiv Vaidya, CEO at Spuul,  added, “Spuul has always been at the forefront of allowing users to consume content on multiple devices like phone, tablet, laptop, e-reader or TV, wherever you go. This association with the latest and futuristic features available on CloudWalker, is a step forward in providing an improved and seamless viewing experience for our users. We look forward to our association with CloudWalker and making our extensive collection of blockbuster Bollywood movies available on Cloud TV X2.”

In the past, CloudWalker had partnered with some of the leading OTT players in India, such as Hotstar, Hungama Play, ESPN and Sun NXT. With the recent association, CloudWalker has further strengthened its content offerings for the Cloud TV X2. To help users comfortably navigate the sea pool of the available content, Cloud TV X2 is powered by a Made-In-India content discovery and curation engine. The engine analyses social and global trends and curates the most popular digital content available over the internet for the viewers.

The Cloud TV X2, CloudWalker’s flagship Smart TV, is India’s First 4K-Ready Full HD smart TV on Android 7.0 Nougat. The state-of-the-art smart TV is available in five screen sizes – 32” | 40”| 43” | 50” | 55” – and can be purchased on Amazon.

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