Serially launches free apps for iOS, tvOS, Android and Android TV

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Serially, the first free Italian streaming platform dedicated to international TV series unreleased in Italy, it is now downloadable for free on mobile devices through the dedicated app, available for iOS, Android e connected TV con Apple TV e Android TV.

Serially’s free app arrives on iOS and Android

Now, thanks to the application, users can watch their favorite TV series on the move O from home through their devices. All they have to do is download thefree app and log in with the credentials with which they have already registered on the platform or by registering from scratch directly from the app.

Currently, the Serially catalog offers 13 successful titles. Among them we find the English comedy Brassic with Dominique West, the Spanish series Si fueras tu – If I were you with Maria Pedraza (Elite, La Casa di Carta) e Antes de Perder – Before losing everything with Esther Acibo (Stockholm in La Casa di Carta).

To them are added Him, North mouth, Zomboat!, Drama, Cupid, Inhibidos – Locked Up, Wake up, Bajo la red – Stuck in the net, dorian e El punto frio – The cold point.

The platform’s offering will continue to be enriched with new titles from around the world. By the end of the year will propose an overall offer from 23 TV series available.

The platform launched by iXMedia, innovative startup operating in the audiovisual entertainment and dubbing industry, offers first-run hit TV series available free streaming, subtitled and dubbed by well-known voices at national level and voice actors of consolidated experience.

Serially is visible in online streaming, on mobile devices through the app available for iOS and Android, on SmartTV thanks to Apple TV and Android TV (available on different models of the following brands: Sony, TCL, Philips, Hisense, Nokia, Sharp, Metz, Xiaomi, Panasonic, Thomson, Telefunken). The rollout will also follow for Samsung and LG, which will take place in the coming months.