DigiDev has been available on the Roku for some time now and it looks like they are slowly making their way to your Google TV. There’s no word on an app as of yet but you can watch everything they offer on the Chrome browser. Their web site states they are coming to your Smart TV, Tablet and phone, let’s just hope we see an app and not a web app for the Google TV.
Digidev is focused on the opportunity presented by over-the-top (OTT) Home Entertainment Media which targets DVD players and video game consoles, Smart TVs, stand alone internet connected devices such as Roku and Google TV, etc…plus mobile devices with built-in internet connectivity.
I signed up for the 7 Day Trial just to see if it actually worked on my TV and i was impressed with how well it worked. There’s no buffering, no crashing just pure entertainment, here’s what they offer:
Something Weird $4.99 a month
Something Weird offers access to an extensive compilation of films from the 1930’s through to the 1970’s, specializing in offbeat genres that have never before been offered in video formats.
Synapse Films $4.99 a month
The Synapse Films channel is an amalgamation of features, documentaries, and clips… be it weird, offbeat, cult, sexy, exploitation, B movies, or other strange and unusual titles to entice your appetite.
Sci-Fi Station $4.99 a month
Sci-Fi Station channel specializes in cult horror, science fiction, and exploitation films. Sci-Fi Station is a pop culture and retro movie gold mine.
There’s even more channels available and there’s more on the way and for $5 bucks a month you can’t go wrong. Some channels require that you must be 18 or older to sign up, i wonder why?
If this looks like something you’re interested in you can sign up for a Free trial by going to DigiDev.TV
A big thanks goes out to DK Stanford who stumbled upon this and checked it out for me.
“Driving visitors to visit dedicated Websites or even to tune in to television programming on a fixed broadcast schedule is becoming more difficult and an outdated concept, as consumers are increasingly adopting a mindset of an on-demand model – essentially, getting what they want, when they want it, and not having this dictated to them.”
– Joe Q. Bretz, Digidev President