Popular Video-On-Demand (VOD) Service Now Provides App-less Access to Largest Entertainment Library Online for Millions of New Windows-powered Devices
Rabbit TV, a heavy seller in retail chains nationwide since its launch in February, today released a substantial update expected to revolutionize the way people look at mobile entertainment – which until now has been weighed down by multiple apps, most of which only lead to limited content from the major providers.
FreeCast Inc, the content discovery and management network behind the popular over-the-top (OTT) service, reconstructed its easy-to-use eMedia guide to be completely ‘responsive,’ an important new industry standard that ensures content is optimized for all device screens, whether it’s PC, laptop, tablet, or mobile.
Since most freely available TV shows, movies, live events, sports, and music originate from the web, the sky is now the limit for these Windows 8 devices, which are no longer confined to just short video clips, previews and trailers. The update by FreeCast will now provide these users a seamless TV-like VOD experience for finding and watching over 100,000 complete episodes, full-length movies and live streaming channels previously unavailable through restrictive apps.
“We’re excited to have launched this unprecedented update just in time for the holidays. HP, Dell, Asus, Samsung, Acer, Lenovo and especially Microsoft Surface tablets are among the most popular gifts this season, and now they can be enjoyed with the highest quality of entertainment available online,” says FreeCast CEO William Mobley.
In addition to this update, the company has recently leaked news of several big announcements coming out at CES in January, including a new device-less incarnation of Rabbit TV with mobile capabilities along with a next-generation micro set-top box, a fully-functional PC boasting a powerful quad-core processor and app manager, making any TV ‘The Smartest TV Ever.’
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Company – https://freecast.com
Network – http://rabbittvgo.com
Product – http://rabbittv.com