New content discovery tools are part of an update to the Explore Freeview Play TV app.
The update brings new recommendation genres, and a new dedicated Box Sets area to make it easier for viewers to get the most out of Freeview’s on demand content library.
The app can be found on Channel 100 of Freeview Play TVs.
The latest update brings new recommendation genres including Food, Music and Arts, Science & Nature, and History. Alongside this, viewers can visit the new dedicated Box Sets area, to browse Freeview Play’s series catalogue.
Viewers will also be able to curate their own watch lists via the new My Shows feature.
The update also brings a brand-new look, including a dark background, and larger imagery to better showcase the available content.
Owen Jenkinson from Freeview Play commented ‘We are continually evolving and adding new free features so we can provide excellent value to consumers. With the Love Island final just days away, millions of us will soon be searching for our next TV obsession and these latest updates to Freeview Play will be on hand to help.’
Alongside over 80 live TV channels, Freeview Play is home to over 40,000 hours of on demand content and on demand players BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5, UKTV Play, CBS Catchup Channels UK, Legend, POP Player, BBC Sounds, and STV Player.
Freeview Play is built into most new TVs in the UK. Since launching in 2015. The platform now has 11 million users.