A New Video Discovery App From HBO And MightyTV

A new video discovery app is now out in collaboration with HBO and MightyTV. The thing is, it’s Tinder-ish.

One of the easiest mobile apps, Tinder arose to success. Beyond doubt, the success came from the swiping concept because it’s very clear: Either user says “Yes”, or “No” so it works like a game.

Earlier this year in April, MightyTV launched to support the streaming services including Netflix, Amazon, HBO Go, Hulu, Prime and iTunes.

However, some prominent ones are not in use like HBO Now. So yesterday, MightyTV announced that HBO Now and Crackle is officially on the list.

The best new feature added is the Mighty List. With this list, users have a chance to stream all the best TV shows and movies of the week. The MightyTV users can also add their own selection of movies to their watching lists.


MightyTV CEO Brian Adams states that:

We’ve designed MightyTV as a solution for anyone who wants to find more of what they’ll love to watch, without having to waste time each night flipping through channels or jumping between user log-ins,”

The other new features are really exciting the users, that include; maximizing subscription value, personalized video options, video mashups and more.

For iOS users, the app is surely available and it’s free to download here, for the Android software, it’s not available yet.

What do you think about this new entertaining platform? Tell us below.

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