Amazon has announced the IMDb TV to its mobile app. IMDb TV is a free streaming service that allows users to watch free TV shows, movies, trailers and many more. Overall, IMDb TV is a room for alternatives to the ad-free subscription video.
Now all the content will be available on the mobile device. Before this, the service was only available on Prime Videos, Amazon Fire devices or IMDb website.
In January, Amazon introduced IMDb TV as a free app. Originally, the IMDb TV was called as IMDb Freedive. Amazon never disclosed the audience member for IMDb TV.
The competitor services like Pluto TV and Tubi claimed approximately 18 million and 20 million viewers respectively. However, in the month of June, IMDb TV was on the top ad-Supported apps on its fire TV Streaming.
The users can download the application through google play store or the App store. The streaming will be free of cost available in the mobile app. The site has a deal with Paramount and Lionsgate which will make the things stream for free.
The users can stream things like Lala Land, Silver Linings Playbook, Jerry Maguire, Paddington, and The NeverEnding Story. The IMDb TV app does not provide new release however it provides the checking out for new release.
Amazon exclusive Ad-supported TV and Movie Streaming
Amazon has always been an exclusive content supplier to movies and TV Shows for IMDb TV. According to the PEOPLE, the company offers to pay an upfront license fee for moving past IMDb TV initials. Some content owner offers an attractive upfront fee which guarantees a fixed payment.
The Ad-supported TV and movie streaming is in more push as the subscription-based option gets crowded. Alan Wolk co-founder of TVRev said ” The rapid growth of free, ad-supported video streaming services surprises the Industry. It shows that there is already so much out there.”