Voddler, which is available in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Spain, made its rental service available off-line in December. Free movies can now also be watched offline by premium Voddler Plus members. Users must first download the Voddler Player app to their computers. Voddler said it was hoping to expand the service to other devices, and added that most content owners, including all the Hollywood studios with which it has deals, have made their content available for downloading.
“Our goal has always been to offer all titles for offline viewing, regardless of which revenue model they use. Today we reach that goal,” said Anders Sjöman, vice-president communication at Voddler.
Voddler Premium members can download an unlimited number of Voddler movies. Rental movies can be watched an unlimited number of times within a 48-hour period, while ad-supported movies can be watched within a 30 day window.
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