ShareSpotified, a service that lets users stream, store and share media from more than 300 services, including Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Spotify, YouTube, Vimeo and more, is about to be rolled out to millions of users around the world.
The company is targeting consumers, who are used to paying for media subscription services, but may not be comfortable paying for movies, TV shows and books on a regular basis.
While ShareSpotifier users have been able to use the service to stream and watch movies and TV shows for free, they can now access the same content as they would on traditional services.
The announcement of ShareSpotification is part of a wider strategy to expand its offerings beyond traditional TV and movie rentals.
In November, the company announced it would add more than 30 million new users to its platform, including people who are not connected to the traditional media services.
In the next year, the platform plans to roll out additional streaming and reading features that will allow users to discover and read new media at their own pace.
That includes the ability to create and share multiple copies of an item, read an article aloud, or view an excerpt from a book or film.
To learn more about ShareSpotifying, read our article on how to share media on a personalized basis with friends.
The service launched today on Mac, Windows, iOS and Android devices.
ShareSpotifies can be downloaded for free at www.sharespotify.com.
ShareSpotify is a subscription service that offers members access to over 30,000 of the most popular media services in the world, including Apple, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and Pandora.
It offers similar features to traditional TV services, like streaming and book purchasing, and also allows users to create new channels.