ScreenHits TV Launches Mobile OTT Service Aggregation App

Los Angeles and London(07 Apr 2021)

Rose Adkins Hulse, Founder and CEO of ScreenHits TV Limited - the TV industry’s super aggregator - announced today, the recent launch of its new mobile platform on Apple’s iPad, Android TV, Chromecast and Fire TV Stick platforms. 

ScreenHits TV is a FREE intuitive super content aggregator that allows subscribers to integrate and manage many of their favorite TV/online streaming subscriptions, AVOD and live channels in both easy to use tablet app and desktop versions. Consumers can now easily see what is trending, share recommendations with friends and discover content across all their streaming subscriptions. The user also will have automatic access to premium content channels and Live TV. ScreenHits TV provides a simple, easy to use traditional EPG (Electronic Programming Guide) with key cost saving benefits.

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. Also, with the opportunity to now view live TV and to consume recorded content (VOD) online, it makes it easier for consumers to integrate all their channels and streaming services into one curated app,” said Adkins Hulse.  

The new app helps to streamline the viewing experience and unlike traditional cable solutions, customers can curate their channels and subscriptions, thus only paying for channels they actually want to watch versus contributing monthly to the channels they never watch.

The new ScreenHits TV app will allow subscribers to integrate their existing streaming platforms, such as Amazon Prime, Disney+, HBOMax, Paramount +, Peacock and StarzPlay, to name a few. Users will also be able to watch live premium TV channels and thousands of shows and films with discounts offered across a number of subscriptions, including: Fubo TV, Amazon Prime and Paramount+ with cost savings up to 25% per month. Users are also able to share their favorite shows across all platforms with their friends and family. New premium bundles are being added regularly. 

Consumers can use the desktop version for FREE to integrate their existing subscriptions and for just .99 cents per month, customers are able to download the app version, which allows them to launch videos from their tablet to their Android TV via Chromecast or their Connected TV via Fire TV Stick. Apple TV, LG, and Vizio will be available early this summer. Mobile devices and Roku apps will be rolling out for users at the end of March.

The app also provides users with access to the Watch Together feature that lets them schedule dates with their friends to watch shows together through a groundbreaking partnership with Sceenic. The Basic subscription also provides users with discounts on bundles and exclusive promotions on new services and control of their channel lineup, providing them with the option to remove default channels and arrange their subscription lineup to their desired channel placement.   

The ScreenHits TV soft launched in beta mode last summer via desktop and has attracted over 250,000 subscribers to date and more than 800,000 users who have registered their interest. 

Additionally, ScreenHits TV provides a one use PIN that will block children from switching between their parents accounts to other streaming services they may have integrated into ScreenHits TV, thus only showing them content available to children.

Adkins Hulse added, “Whatever is relevant for the consumer is relevant for us and after months of in-depth research on consumer trends and how consumers want to manage their multiple streaming services, we are thrilled to bring a premium curated aggregator to the market that allows them to do just that. With so many options out there and new streaming services launching everyday, we want to help ensure that consumers are getting the most out of their subscriptions, discovering new services relevant to their interests and finding their desired content that much quicker.”