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Sun TV Network launches digital content platform, Sun NXT

16-June-2017
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Sun TV Network launches digital content platform, Sun NXT

Sun TV Network has launched the all new digital content platform “Sun NXT” enabling customers to watch their popular TV programmes in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada anytime and anywhere on their favourite devices.

According to Sun TV Network, within hours of launch, Sun NXT received phenomenal response from the public and crossed more than 1.1 million downloads, barely four days from launch.

Compatible with every screen format, from smartphone, through tablet and desktop to the living room TV, and available globally via Android and Apple AppStore, Sun NXT has been among the top trending apps through these last four days, further claimed Sun TV.

With a film library of over 4000 titles, over 40 channels streaming live, catch-up TV and everything else that a viewer looks for in a world class digital content platform, Sun NXT is shaping up to be the global destination of choice for content in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

On Sun NXT, people can watch Live TV, movies, kids shows, news, comedy clips, catch-up, video on demand (VOD), originals, music and much more in all four South Indian languages.

App Features:

  • Live TV
  • Catch Up
  • App in your own regional language
  • HD Viewing
  • Exclusive Movies
  • Program Recommendations
  • Screen Agnostic
  • Multiple Profile creation
  • Offline Download

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