Tinder-like Video Discovery App MightyTV Adds HBO Now and Crackle to Help You Find More Good Stuff to Watch Than Ever Before
Machine Learning Platform for Movies & TV Launches New Email Registration for Users, Along With Weekly Roundup of Trending Videos Called ‘The Mighty List’
MightyTV, the first video discovery app that uses machine learning to provide users with hyper-personalized lists of great TV shows and movies to watch, announced today that it has added HBO Now and Crackle as new streaming services supported by the platform.
Adding to its existing service selection that already includes Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon Prime, Showtime, and HBO Go, this puts MightyTV in an even better position to tackle the problem of discovery for millions around the world with new videos matched to their tastes to help them get more value from the subscriptions they already have.
Since launch in April this year, MightyTV’s machine learning platform has become a preferred solution among cord cutters and streaming video lovers everywhere, with an easy way to select services, filter by price, and AI-backed approach to help you find what you’ll enjoy watching, faster. More than 6 million choices have been logged by users so far and more than one-third of the catalog’s 30,000 titles have been watchlisted by users.
To harness all of this rich data and give users more recommendations on what’s worth watching and trending, MightyTV is also announcing the launch of a new weekly video report called The Mighty List. Driven in part by MightyTV’s user data along with the editorial team, The Mighty List shows you which streaming shows and movies you won’t want to miss. Catch up on surprising crazes, and the best of what’s trending and free in weekly video roundups that can be found on the company’s website, Facebook, and Twitter pages.
The company is also offering its highly anticipated duel email registration outside of Facebook. This makes it even more convenient for users to sign up and use its popular group mashup, a social feature that lets friends find the perfect things to watch together based on shared interests.
MightyTV Features Include:
Personalized Videos Matched to Your Tastes - A Tinder-like interface makes it super easy to like, love, dislike, or save videos to your watchlist. With every swipe, MightyTV is hard at work building your movie profile, and the app becomes more intelligent over time as algorithms match you to quality recommendations so you’ll never have to wonder about what you’ll enjoy watching next.
Discover and Stream Across All Your Favorite Platforms - Find all your favorite videos in one app without constantly switching between streaming services like Amazon, HBO, Netflix, Hulu, Showtime, Crackle and Cinemax. You can easily filter by TV and movies, service provider, or price range, and stream content right from your favorite mobile device or cast to your Apple TV or Chromecast.
Use Mashup to See What You’ll Enjoy Watching Together - Our Mashup feature mixes your video DNA with your friends’ so you always have content to watch together and it’s easy to discover videos outside of your current watchlist. This makes Mighty a perfect companion for group viewings, movie ‘date nights’ or just when you’re in the mood to binge watch new shows.
Maximize Your Subscription Value, Minimize Your Time - If you’re paying for different streaming services, you’d think finding something good would be easy. But who wants the hassle of searching individual sites when an app can do that for you? Now you can search across all of your accounts at once, see what’s free and what costs money, and find what you’re looking for instantly, every time.
“We’ve designed MightyTV as a solution for anyone who wants to find more of what they’ll love to watch, without having to waste time each night flipping through channels or jumping between user log-ins,” said Brian Adams, CEO of MightyTV. “The new services and features we’re adding comes after listening carefully to our users, and this is just another step we’re taking to make it even easier to find great videos you’ll love.”
In addition to new content, MightyTV is sharing some early user trends as seen over the platform, where Game of Thrones is the top loved video, The Martian is the top liked, A Girl Like Her is the most skipped Teen Beach 2 is the most disliked, and Room is the top watchlisted.
For those interested in regional favorites, MightyTV’s biggest audiences can be found in California, New York, Texas, Florida, and Pennsylvania, with some key differences among most popular watchlisted movies.
- California: Room
- New York: Room
- Texas: Room
- Florida: iZombie
- Pennsylvania: Spotlight
Launched in April 2016, MightyTV was founded by a team of veteran technologists led by Brian Adams, a former Googler and co-founder and CTO of AdMeld. The app solves the ever-growing problem of discovery for millions of cord cutters, couples, and millennials who are frustrated with wasting time each night searching through the menu guide on their remote and giving up after a few minutes of coming up empty.
MightyTV is a next generation discovery app that wants to help you find great videos. We are a team of technologists, artists and scientists who like to watch good stuff and we employ data science to create truly personalized experiences for our users. With so many streaming options, we know finding something to watch can be overwhelming. That’s why we decided to build a better way to help you discover and stream the best of movies and TV with a few easy swipes. We factor in your personal preferences along with the opinions of trusted friends so you spend less time searching, and more time streaming stuff you’ll love. Want to know more? Please visit www.mighty.tv.
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