Gone are the days when living rooms were incomplete without cable TV. People are no longer willing to put up with appointment television -- they want their favorite content now, regardless of the time, location, or device. Smart TVs allow viewers to customize their entertainment experience, but they also work with other devices to expand their usability.
Amazon's Fire TV platform is one of the most popular home streaming services in the world. Through Fire TV smart televisions, Fire TV Sticks, and the Fire TV Cube, and tablets, millions of potential customers are out there waiting for you to entertain them.
Should You Build Your Own Streaming App?
Here at MAZ, we take privacy seriously. In this day and age, we understand the importance of staying up to date with app privacy concerns across all app stores and local laws. With Apple’s latest privacy regulations going live December 8th, MAZ jumped fully onboard.
These days, everything is moving to mobile. Over half of all web traffic takes place on mobile, and that number goes up the younger your audience gets. With smartphone ownership increasing day by day, it’s essential that schools and educational companies keep up with their students. For most, that means creating an educational mobile app.
90% of the millions of apps live in leading app stores like Google Play or the iOS App Store are free to download. Free apps are part of a huge market, driving $71.3 billion in revenue. It may seem like an oxymoron, but there are many ways that free apps generate income…
These days, a whopping 84% of adults are using mobile devices. For content and media companies, being on mobile is an absolute necessity. One of the best ways to do this is by creating a mobile app.
As a content consumer – you can’t avoid apps today. Be it the CNN app on your phone, or Netflix and Hulu that you watch via Roku, it’s the best designed and easiest way to read or watch your favorite things.
OTT (over-the-top) means film or TV content provided through internet rather than cable or satellite. We equate OTT with the giants: Hulu, Amazon Prime, Netflix, HBO Go, and standalone network apps like NBC, ABC, Comedy Central, and we watch on Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and more.