Polish pay TV provider Canal+ Polska has extended the off-net OTT offering it launched in June, Premiery Canal+, to Android and iOS mobile devices and Android TV devices. The offering was initially only available via the web.
Canal+ has launched applications for the three platforms. the Canal+ Premiery service provides access to content from the likes of Universal Studios, Paramount Pictures, The Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Studios, Dream Works, Sony Pictures, Cineman, Kino Świat, Best Film, Next Film, M2 Films, Kino Polska and Telewizja Polsat.
The mobile apps works with iOS version 11 and newer and Android version 7 and newer.
Users using the application for Android devices can pay for a transactional movie directly from the application. However, users of iOS devices need to make payments on the website premiery.canalplus.pl
The mobile and Android TV applications enable ‘follow me’ functionality, with users able to carry on from where they left off on their mobile devices.
Canal+ launched streaming offering last month, available to non-pay TV subscribers, with a line-up of linear channels and on-demand content and without the need for an ongoing contract.
Canal+ said the new offering would include content from selected live channels, movies, series, sports, news, factual programming and third-party content.
Content from the service includes Canal+’s own fare alongside channels such as HBO, Fox, Nat Geo, Paramount, Historia, BBC channels and news services TVN24 and CNN.
Sports offerings include Canal+ Sport, nSport+ and Eleven Sports with live broadcasts of the Polish Ekstraklasa football competition – play is to resume imminently – the English Premier League, the Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A, NBA, speedway motorsports and Formula 1.
Kids offerings on the service include MiniMini+, TeleToon+, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Disney and Boomerang.
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