Google Makes It Easier To Search For Movies And TV Shows

Google has made its search engine easier for people who are constantly searching for cool and exciting movies and TV Shows to watch. Today, the company will be personalizing the search results for its users when they want to watch movies based on their mood and will also suggest them various sources and online video platforms where the content can be viewed. Read More

Apple TV+ Is Ready For A November Launch

Apple’s TV streaming service Apple TV+ will make it’s way to viewers in November this year. The subscription for this service will cost $9.99 per month and will offer plenty of movies, original TV shows and documentaries. This is the first time that Apple is trying its hand with the video streaming service in competition to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and yet to be launched Disney Plus. Read More

Apple Releases Teaser For ‘The Morning Show’, To Be Available On Apple TV+

Apple has released its second-ever teaser for a TV show after ‘For All Mankind’ on the upcoming Apple TV+ service. The show is titled ‘The Morning Show’ – a drama series with Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell in the lead. The basis of this show is based on the happenings of an early morning show. Read More

Netflix Adds High-Quality Audio For Its Viewers

Netflix is offering a newer audio experience starting today for its paid subscribers. The company claims it as “high-quality” audio which will support higher bitrate for devices with 5.1 or Dolby Atmos. So if you have been watching Netflix on a TV with the best audio technology but missed out on a better sound, this new addition will definitely boost the overall audio dynamics while you watch your favorite TV shows and movies. Read More

Apple Is Eyeing To Launch Its Video Streaming Service By April

New reports for Apple’s online video streaming service says that the company is expected to bring it as early as April of 2019. There has been a lot of talk in the past year about Apple signing up deals with hollywood production houses and famous celebs to bring its own original content to users around the world. This service will also take on the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video and will also look to offer a wide range of content across different languages. Read More