France 24 launches a new app for Android TV
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France 24 has launched a new Android TV application compatible with the Nexus player and all the devices equipped with the Google operating system (OTT boxes, smart TVs, etc.).
Available for free on Google Play, this new service is already available in North America, France, Germany and the UK. It will be accessible in the rest of the world by the end of 2015.
Adapted to new practices in news consumption, this new trilingual application (French, English, Arabic) has been completely designed for navigation on television. It features streamlined design and fast video loading for greater user comfort.
This application offers access to France 24 livestream in three languages as well as the latest news bulletins on demand (World news, Africa news, Business news, Sports and Weather). In addition to these short programmes, all the channel’s magazines and debates are also available for free on VOD.
In addition, users can also get access to articles and personalize their navigation thanks to a new ‘Favourite’ function that lets them create a catalogue of content.
This new development is part of France 24’s innovative multi-platform distribution strategy on connected devices. Thus, the channel renews its presence on Android operating systems on which it is available since 2010.
This new application can be downloaded from: http://f24.my/AndroidTV
For more information on France 24 applications: http://f24.my/1HrdQkV