Fanhattan video discovery now available on the web


Video discovery app Fanhattan has been around some time now on iOS. In order to track more video content, it launched a beta for their web version today. With the web version, it will be possible to track 29 streaming video providers like Hulu, Amazon, NBC, and Netflix (instead of 16 in the app).

Fanhattan allows users to discover new video content in an intelligent way, whether it be a paid or subscription service or for free and allows them to watch them (after subscribing or paying if necessary) or WatchNow as Fanhattan calls it or add it to a watch list what Fanhattan calls WatchLater.

Integration with social platforms are part of the intelligence of Fanhattan. Things like Facebook Likes will help the system to discover your preferences.



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