Spuul.com launches new app for Facebook
Singapore, December 18, 2012
Spuul.com, one of the most popular streaming services for Indian movies and TV Shows online, has launched an app to stream full-length movies on Facebook.
Users worldwide can now watch the best of Indian movies and shows, with Spuul’s Facebook app, while continuing to chat with friends, check their newsfeeds and read notifications, a statement from the company said.
The free app is available in the Facebook App Centre, and lets users watch any Spuul movie and TV show, without leaving the social media environment. The newly designed search box makes finding movies fast and easy, the statement said.
Users also have the option to share what they are watching with friends. The app offers multiple payment alternatives to subscribe to Spuul’s premium movies.
S Mohan, co-founder, Spuul, said: “Facebook is a world in itself with users watching and sharing a great deal of video content. Over 70 per cent of our current users are keen Facebook users. This makes it a natural fit for us.”
“We wanted the viewing experience to be native to this environment. Thus, users can watch movies while continuing to connect with friends and sharing content. The app also gives users several payment options to choose from, making subscription to Spuul premium even more convenient,” he said.
Signing up for the app on Facebook gives a user unlimited, instant access to all free movies and TV shows. To access premium movies, a user must sign up for a monthly subscription-based premium account.
Signing up for the subscription-based premium movies is now available within the Facebook app, at Spuul.com and within the iOS mobile app (for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch).
Spuul’s catalogue includes movies like The Dirty Picture, Paan Singh Tomar, classic shows like Fauji and Malgudi Days. – TradeArabia News Service
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