IMDb TV is now available on Android and iOS mobile devices. The free ad-supported streaming service will launch in Europe later this year, says Amazon.
New apps, more content
Earlier this year, Amazon-owned IMDb launched a free ad-supported streaming service offering access to movies and TV shows. At that time it was called Freedive but it has since been rebranded as IMDb TV.
IMDb TV is now available on Android and iOS mobile devices through an updated app, in addition to the app for FireTV devices and the website.
The streaming service launched with shows such as Fringe and Heroes, and movies such as Mementoand Foxcatcher. In recent months, the library has been expanded through deals with Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Paramount, Lionsgate, and MGM. New titles include Silver Linings Playbook and La La Land.
IMDb TV is currently accessible in the US only but later this year the free ad-supported streaming service will expand to Europe, says Amazon.
- "With IMDb TV, viewers have discovered TV the way it ought to be – a free collection of premium TV shows and movies available anytime," said Mark Eamer, VP of IMDb TV. "We deliver a top quality discovery experience that makes it easy to be entertained. With more titles than ever before coming to IMDb TV and our upcoming European expansion later this year, we’re excited for customers to tune in and enjoy all that IMDb TV has to offer, all at no cost."
IMDb TV is an alternative to other free ad-supported streaming services such as The Roku Channel, Vudu's Movies on Us, and Tubi. More information can be found on imdb.com/tv.