DigiVive launches nexGTV: live TV and video content on all primary mobile OS/ Platforms

Digivive recently launched nexGTv, a client application built for all primary mobile OS/ platforms, which provides users access to live TV channels and video on demand on mobile. NexGTv has a range of national and regional channels which include news, entertainment, devotional, music and movies.

“With nexGTv we bring live TV and video on demand to customers on the go. With nexGTv our customers can catch up on latest news and entertainment on their mobile devices wherever and whenever they want to. NexGTv defines an enriched viewing experience with user friendly UI, designed especially keeping in mind the end user experience”, said GD Singh, Executive Director, Digivive Services.

Rohit Sawhney, Sr. Vice President-operations further added “With close to a million downloads already, the product offers high quality live TV & video viewing  experience in both 2G and 3G networks, supports all popular mobile device platforms like: Symbian,  Android, Blackberry etc. Some of the client features include consistent user experience across multiple device platforms, full screen viewing, fast channels launch and switching, integrated EPG TV guide, delete channels and interactive on-screen controls, picture in picture mode, brightness control, volume control and adaptive bit-rate streaming.”

NexGTv has a wide range of TV channels and movie offerings. live TV channels include STAR TV Bouquet, Aaj Tak, DD, India TV, CNEB, Fashion One, Aastha, NDTV 24X7, NDTV Profit, NDTV Goodtimes, etc. Video on demand offers exclusive BR Chopra’s Mahabharat series, movies and short movies. Short movies are full length movies edited to 20 min format for the convenience of end user viewing experience.

Users can download the nexGTv app from their respective app stores free of cost. User needs to go his respective App Store and type nexGTv in the search bar. He then has to select the nexGTv Application and download it. Once the nexGTv App downloads on his mobile device, it is ready to be used to view live TV channels and video on demand.

Via: Telecom Tiger

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