News launches on Samsung WatchON, a leading movie and TV series streaming service, today announced its availability on Samsung’s WatchON app. Samsung WatchON users can now access’s extensive catalogue of quality movies and TV shows directly through the Android app on their mobile or tablet.

Movie and TV content from has been fully integrated with a range of the WatchOn app’s features.’s entire catalogue can be accessed through the ‘video’ tab in the app, allowing users to rent, purchase, or watch subscription content on-demand. The app also synced seamlessly with Samsung Smart TVs, allowing users to begin watching a mobile on their phone or tablet and beam it directly to a big screen TV instantly. The WatchOn app will then switch to a ‘second screen’, providing viewers with details of the movie or TV show they’re watching – including synopsis, ratings, actor biographies and details of the cast and crew. At this point, the user might be watching the content on TV whilst interacting through his mobile device (surfing over the net, messaging, etc…) provides a unique streaming subscription and rental service, where users can choose between a monthly subscription to the Selection, a regularly-refreshed catalogue of movies and TV series from major Hollywood studios and UK distributors, or rental and purchase of newly released blockbusters and TV shows, all through a single service.

The Samsung WatchON app is the latest addition to’s existing range of device and tablet apps, which includes apps for iPad, iPhones, Samsung, LG and Panasonic Smart TVs and the Xbox One console.

“Having already partnered with Samsung to provide on its big screen Smart TVs, we’re now shifting to the smaller mobile screen by integrating with the Samsung’s WatchON app”, comments Jacinto Roca, CEO of “ is dedicated to making the concept of the ‘second screen’ a reality, adapting to the changing viewing habits of audiences to make it easier and more convenient for them to watch their favourite movies and TV shows wherever they are, with all the information they could want.”


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