During the past few weeks, Philips has added a number of new apps for its Net TV smart TVs.
For Polish viewers, there are two new apps, VoD Onet and Tuba.FM. VoD Onet offers TV series, movies, documentaries and videos for kids. The app uses pre-roll advertisements, so watching the content is free for the viewers. The service is available on Philips TVs from 2010 onwards.
Tuba.FM is the first Polish music service, which adapts itself to the music preferences of the listeners. Also available to all sets from 2010 onwards; the service is also accessible from other countries outside Poland.
The Watchever Video Store is a new VoD portal for Germany offering unlimited movies and TV series (including HBO series) available as a S-VOD service for EUR 8.99 a month. ODF-TV is the regional TV station for the East-Brandenburg region and is available on all Net TV devices in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Spanish viewers can access three new apps. Zapp internet offers ‘the best videos from the web’, BRB-play offers animation series for children and ADN stream offers news, sports, documentary, children’s entertainment and music videos (on three available on all smart TV devices).
Megogo is a video store for Ukraine, available on sets from 2012, which offers movies for free with pre-roll commercials.
There are two recipe services added, Su Pasteri for Italy and Kulinarika for Slovenia. Turkish newspaper Sabah has launched a Net TV version of its daily publication, while in France the news service 20 Minutes has launched. And for the Netherlands, automobile club ANWB offers traffic information on ANWB Verkeer.