Customers can add titles to a playlist while they are online that can later be viewed offline. The service automatically downloads the movies to the computer and users can watch them up to two weeks later. The movies can only be viewed in a specific Voddler ‘offline player’ that can be downloaded for free.
“From today you don’t have to have a web connection when you’re watching your Voddler-film. You can now watch it on a train with spotty internet connectivity, in the backseat of a car, in your summer house far from the nearest web connection, or on a plane high above the clouds,” said Anders Sjöman, vice-president communication at Voddler.
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