Now, people will be able to watch some movies like “The Soup Nazi” for free on the latest Crackle app from Sonny for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The fresh application that hit the App store recently and is, as well, without charge, allows people to stream over 200 movies such as “The Da Vinci Code”, “Pineapple Express”, and “Ghostbusters”, and plentiful TV series, like “Married with Children”, “Charlie’s Agels” and “Starsky and Hutch.”
Furthermore, Crackle has included “Seinfield” to its online promo at www.crackle.com last April 1, and its apps for Playstation 3, Google TV and Google Chrome. In the future, it will also be on Roku, Android or Sony Bravia TVs and Blu-ray Disc players.
According to senior vice president of digital networks for Sony Pictures Television, Eric Berger, he stated that either the website or iPad/iPhone/iTouch app contains 10 Seinfeld episodes recently. He also mentioned that each couple of weeks, they plan to launch a fresh theme.
Berger said that the firm introduced this latest app including the classics such as “The Junior Mint”, “The Pick”, “The Bubble Boy” and “The Puffy Shirt”. They aim to keep on introducing many new Seinfeld themes to bear while they persist on moving ahead. Whole libraries are included for several televisions that they produce. Among those items that should be convincing is their extremely huge compilation of anime programs via the web including some of the programs’ whole series. Users are able to see the episodes and movies without charge with advertisements emerging at the beginning and approximately at 10-minute intervals.
In addition to that, Berger elaborated that the some people nowadays are subscribers of Netflix and Hulu. Services that need subscription are also offered via this Crackle service by just signing into Crackle. Then, create a queue on the iPad. Next, make a completion on the computer, Google TV, Playstation and administer that queue.
Furthermore, Berger mentioned that in each content, their editors made a review about the movie being offered on why they make preference on that offer.
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