ScreenHits is designed to allow subscribers to integrate and manage a number of streaming subscriptions, AVOD and live channels. Consumers can see what is trending; share recommendations with friends and discover content across their streaming subscriptions.
Amazon Prime, Disney+, StarzPlay, Moviesphere, Paramount Plus, Britbox, MUBI, ITV Hub and BFI Player are among the players that have already signed up with discounts on platforms including Amazon Prime and Paramount Plus, when more than one subscription is held.
Already available in the UK and the United States, German speaking countries, Southern Europe and Argentina will be added later in the year as ScreenHits works towards its goal of 23 countries served by the end of Q2 2021.
CEO of ScreenHits TV, Rose Adkins Hulse said: “As more and more consumers are transitioning from traditional TV consumption to app TV, there is no better time to introduce a platform that lets consumers organize and arrange their streaming subscriptions as channels in the way they have become accustomed to.”
Consumers can use the desktop version free of charge, allowing them to integrate their existing subscriptions. The app version is priced at 99p per month, allowing subscribers to launch videos from their tablet to their Android TV via Chromecast or their connected TV via Firestick. Apple TV, LG, and Vizio will be available early this summer.
ScreenHits TV soft launched in beta mode last summer via desktop and has attracted over 250,000 subscribers to date, with more than 800,000 users having initially registered their interest.