New Delhi [India]December 29 (ANI/ATK): Way2ott.com, India’s premier online portal for digital streaming updates and reviews, has announced the launch of its Android app.
Available now on the Google Play Store, the app gives users easy access to Hindi, English, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada movie and show updates and reviews.
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Founded by Rohan Kumar Mohanty, a 23-year-old Hyderabad-based blogger and entrepreneur, Way2ott.com is dedicated to keeping its audience informed about the latest releases and trends in the industry.
The team at Way2ott.com is always happy to serve our viewers and provide the latest digital streaming updates in advance.
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The website not only provides up-to-date information, but also posts reviews and analysis of the latest web series and movies.
With the release of the Way2ott.com app, Android users can now access all this information on the go. The app is easy to use and has filter options that allow users to search for movies and shows by language and genre. Users can also click on movie posters to find synopsis, release date, cast information, and more. When it’s time to watch, users can simply tap “Watch Now” to watch their favorite movies and videos on popular streaming platforms like Netflix, Prime Video, Hotstar, Aha Video, Zee5, Sun NXT, Simply South, HBO and more. You can access the program.
Rohan Kumar Mohanty says: “With the Way2ott.com app, it’s easier than ever to stay up to date on our latest releases and access them on your preferred streaming platform.”
With the launch of the Way2ott.com app, Android users now have access to all this information on the go, making it easier than ever to stay up to date on the latest movies and shows.
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