EE TV will add more on-demand players for France 24, MUBI, Brazil TV, Cinefun TV and CaribBe TV next week.
The YouView-style digital terrestrial and streaming TV hybrid system will update will join BBC iPlayer, Demand 5, Deezer, Hopster and Now TV in its on-demand section next week, along with a new customisable section which will effectively let you create your own EPG.
While services like France 24, Brazil TV, Cinefun TV and CaribBe TV are mainly aimed at expat viewers in the UK, MUBI is perhaps of a broader interest.
Realted: EE TV Review – Watch almost Everything almost EverywhereLike PictureBox, it’s an on-demand movie streaming service that serves up a rotating cast of 30 movies a month for £4.99/month.
When the service lands next week, EE TV customers will be able to get the first month for free. Titles coming to MUBI in September include Superbad, The September Issue, Half Nelson, Moon and Lost in Translation.
Since it’s launch last November, EE TV has been quick to roll out updates and upgrade its service. Connected Red Button, which took an ice age to arrive on YouView was added pretty quickly and since February, customers have been able to permanently save programmes stored in EE TV Replay to the main portion of the hard drive.
Replay is a unique EE TV feature that lets you back up the last 24 hours worth of programming from up to six linear channels. This means you get an extra chance to catch up on shows that aren’t available on services like BBC iPlayer.
Because services like ITV Player and All 4 aren’t on EE TV yet, Replay gives you the opportunity to save content from ITV and Channel 4 channels in their absence. The EE TV box comes with a 1TB hard drive, roughly a quarter of which is reserved for Replay.