|By Business Wire||
|July 21, 2014 11:28 AM EDT||
YuppTV, the world’s leading over-the-top (OTT) content provider for South Asian Content, today announced the launch of its very own Media Player in the US market.
YuppTV Media Player (Photo: Business Wire)
Using the compact and portable android based Wi-Fi enabled YuppTV Media Player, viewers will now be able to access more than 180 channels worldwide in 10+ languages. This is made available as Live TV, Catch-up TV, TV Shows, and unlimited movies, in 1080p High Definition (HD) quality to subscribers, turning normal TVs to smart TVs. Once set up, using the YuppTV Media player, users can access their favourite content at the touch of a button. Apart from the Indian content, channel catalogue also includes leading Pakistani and soon, ready to launch Bangladeshi channels. In the future YuppTV will continue to add premium content to the portfolio on a regular basis for international markets.
Through the customised YuppTV store, subscribers can access unlimited entertainment through the apps available. They can also push content absolutely to TV sets from mobile devices and Tablets. What’s on a phone or Tablet, for example, can now be on TV with the YuppTV Media Player.
The User Experience and features come from understanding earned over six years of internet TV. Through the service, YuppTV can deliver content to any part of the world and provide a world class experience with key internet characteristics. The YuppTV Media player is seamlessly supported by a Media Center to ensure viewers experience the end-to-end entertainment. Bidding goodbye to commitments, libraries of discs and a satellite dish, users can enjoy hassle-free services backed by easy registration and 24/7 customer service.
Announcing the launch of the YuppTV Media Player, Mr. Uday Reddy, CEO of YuppTV, said, “We have been in the Internet space for more than six years and hence clearly understand our customer expectations, whose viewership is more than 5hrs/day. We strongly believe in, 'healthy competition leads to Innovation' and YuppTV Media Player is the resultant of such thought process. YuppTV Media player enables us to acquire Live TV and on demand content from any part of the world and deliver world class streaming experience to customers anywhere in the world.
“In addition to converting TV to Smart TV, YuppTV Media Player comes with, seamless user experience. We will continue to add Premium content over coming months and be one stop shop for entertainment to expats worldwide.”
The android-based player comes with its own browser and Email client. Through the YuppTV Media Center, users can also access content on USB drives on the big screen. All that is needed is to connect a USB to the YuppTV Media Player.
About YuppTV USA Inc.
YuppTV has grown into the world’s leading over-the-top (OTT) content player for South Asian Content, live TV, Catch-up TV, and on-demand Movie Solutions. It is a six-year-old company with its headquarters in Atlanta, GA, and having branch offices in the USA and India.
It delivers more than 180 TV Channels, more than 4500 videos (daily), unlimited Movies, Live Events and a lot more, to the six screens for Video content consumption i.e. Connected TVs, Internet STBs, Smart Blu-ray players, PCs, Smart Phones and Tablets. The service currently has one of the industry’s highest content usage per subscriber.
The mission of the company is to make it simple and instant for Broadcasters to deliver live TV, Catch-up TV and Movies anytime and anywhere in the world to any internet enabled device.
To know more, please visit www.yupptv.com
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