Smartphones have become an integral part of out daily activity. Mobile are used for lot more than being just a communicator! We use smartphone as a camera, a GPS navigator, as a portable media player and interestingly as a favorite screen for watching videos on the move.
Well, we all know that internet is the main source to get video content to our smartphone. Many enthusiastic music lovers stream videos online using their smartphone, but they still need to face major issues while streaming videos.
However, in the era of advanced Internet access, users still face the basic problems such as buffering, low quality of videos, less battery life and high Internet usage bills.
AgileTS Innovations recently launched an Android app called "Show In Mobile" (SIM) to stand as a solution for all these problems while streaming your favorite video on the move.
The SIM app offers number of contents such as movies, serials, favorite programs, and exclusive contents in high-definition without using Internet. Subscriber will receive a premium service, free from interruptions and connectivity issues.
With the launch of SIM mobile app, AgileTS Innovations is also offering a new digital models to content providers and distributors, who can provide increased access to digital content for users at a comparatively less cost.
The mobile app not only support Indian contents, but also supports a wider range of digital contents in associations in the Middle East and South East Asia. The company aims to reach almost 2 billion users, crossing the digital divide and provide the ability to provide out standing media content.
How It Works?
The developers has used some innovations brains behind making the SIM app. The app maker has setup "On The Move" (OTM) point at strategically identified location. These OTM allows SIM subscribers to sync digital content on the move without using Internet.
The subscribers has to download the SIM mobile app from the Google Play Store and visit the nearest OTM point to sync video contents. The company claims that an average 3 hours HD content can be synced in no time without data usage, and can also be shared to friends, but they also need to be subscriber of SIM.
The SIM app aims to stop piracy and deliver high-definition digital content to subscribers at a low cost. You can subscriber to the service for just Rs. 75 per month and as the launch offer the service will be free till the end of this year.