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ErosNow introduces offline service for premium customers

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MUMBAI: Eros International Plc, a leading global company in the Indian film entertainment industry, announced today the introduction of watch offline services across all iOS platforms for it premium customers at no additional charge on ErosNow, its digital over-the-top distribution service for Indian language entertainment. The company had recently announced the offline viewing service on Android devices.

ErosNow?s offline feature option allows users to watch films when they have limited internet connectivity or low bandwidth while using the entertainment service. As part of the Premium subscription service, subscribers can now download movies from ErosNow to their iOS or Android devices for immediate viewing offline for as little as Rs.99 ($1.49) per month in India or $7.99 (or local equivalent) for international subscribers. The users are provided with a choice of quality of formats to accelerate and maintain the storage of downloads.

Commenting on the feature update, Eros Digital CEO Rishika Lulla Singh said, ?We recently announced the introduction of the offline feature for Android users and have now made the service available to iOS subscribers as well. This provides us with greater reach to an even wider base of global entertainment consumers. With the offline viewing feature, Eros Now will be able to provide uninterrupted and easy entertainment to our consumers.?

Watch Offline features:

? Unlimited playback of the titles downloaded to the device
? Download quality options are High, Medium or Low Bandwidth
? Storage management provided
? Browse Eros Now or use other services on the device while downloading
? My Downloads in Eros Now application displays titles available for offline playback
? No internet connection required to watch titles in My Downloads
? ?Only download on Wi-Fi? option available in My Downloads
? Manage downloads stored on device

The offline viewing feature is the latest product enhancement attracting users and subscribers to ErosNow. Additional in-app features include regular updates of the latest Hindi, Tamil and other Indian language titles; the ability to customize content by creating personal watch lists; video progression, allowing users to continue watching content from where they previously left off and multi-language subtitles. All features are available to users across the globe accessing the app via any device.

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