iflix Launches Mobile Web For Users On The Go!
With the age of online streaming whether they are films, TV shows or even the media service provider’s original content, more and more are watching their favourite entertainment on digital devices at home. But what happens if you want to watch them on the go and without much hassle?
iflix is a subscription video on demand service that has made its home in Kuala Lumpur thus, appealing to the audiences here especially when they began creating films and TV shows under their brand like the celebrated KL Gangster: Underworld which is now getting a second season and the service’s first action Malaysian movie, KL Special Force directed by Syafiq Yusof.
With the introduction of the iflix Mobile Web, the experience for movie goers and TV series binge-watchers will be made more accessible and easier because of its features that exceeded even the iflix mobile app. Unlike the app, there’s no requirement for the user to sign-up for an iflix account or sign-in but directly go to the iflix site on their digital devices without having to download a single thing.
The only step needed is simply to go to the website and choose what you want to watch if you’re stuck in traffic (we advice to do this safely), during commute on the train or if you need a visual company while having lunch in your office cubicle. However, a bit of a setback since the iflix Mobile Web is only available for Android users at the moment.
Fret not! iflix is bringing you an early Christmas gift in the spirit of giving as they’ve moved over 60 movies from their VIP tier to their free tier and the list includes Matthew Vaughn’s comedy superhero movie, Kick-Ass, films from The Hunger Games franchise and a variety of horrors with Paranormal Activity and The Cabin in The Woods.
This holiday season is for the family to gather for a movie marathon on iflix or if you’re celebrating alone with your pet then you can always get cosy under the blankets with a cup of hot chocolate while catching up on the Twilight franchise movies (and have a debate with yourself on whether they’ve aged well).
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