Spain’s Tivify opens platform to users without registration

Tivify, the platform set up to enable regional Spanish operators to provide an advanced TV offering, has opened up access to its platform without the need for registration by users.

Tivify said it remains committed to adding features and improvements to the service as it launched access to the platform without registration.

The move means that users will be able to watch content on the streaming platform without having to create an account.

In addition to accessing live channels, users who access Tivify without registering will be able to see content that has been broadcast over the last seven days on a selection of channels, as well as recommendations for the most popular streaming platforms’ featured content.

To log in with an account is still required to access Tivify’s offering of regional and local channels and schedule recordings, as the selection is displayed according to the postcode of each user. Registration to watch these channels will continue to be free of charge, as they are included in the Tivify Free plan, the company said.

This plan already provides access to over 160 channels. A paid for offering, Tivify Plus, priced at €1.99 per month, adds Telecinco, Cuatro, FDF, Energy, Divinity and Be Mad to the line-up, along with additional functionalities.

A higher tier, Tivify Premium, is also available and includes 11 additional premium channels, access to the last seven days of programmes broadcast on the main channels, 350 hours of recordings and the possibility of playing content on two devices simultaneously. This plan can be purchased for €5.99 per month for an annual subscription or €7.99 per month for a monthly subscription.

Tivify is available on TV via Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung and LG, on Android, iOS and Huawei mobiles and tablets and computers via a web player. The service is available in Spain and users of the Plus and Premium plans can also access the platform when travelling to any country in the European Economic Area or the United Kingdom.

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