Atom Tickets integration will mean that users can browse movies and trailers on their TV, and with an on screen prompt can purchase cinema tickets on their phone.
“Having an in-theater movie leap off the TV screen to an Apple device with one tap from Flikflix for Apple TV is like magic with a bit of sci-fi mixed in, we believe it is incredibly convenient for people who love going to the movies,” said Bill Denk, Flikflix CEO and founder. “We’re thankful to have a partner as innovative and forward thinking as Atom Tickets. We think moviegoers are going to really like it.”
“We are always looking at new ways to deliver the Atom Tickets experience to consumers wherever they are – from smartphones to smart TVs – our platform scales to fit partners of all sizes,” said Chris Brucia, Head of Product, Atom Tickets. “We’re thrilled to work with Flikflix to create movie discovery experiences across Apple devices.”
Flikflix already exists as a service to help users find films to watch with its patent-pending media recommendation engine.
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