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In a press release Vodler’s announced partnership with Nokia to get their Movie and TV service over Lumia device. This is yet another exclusive service Nokia is bringing to their Lumia Device making it a device with more features compared to any other Windows Phone. For the unknown, Vodler is an an online film service in Europe and they offer movies, TV-series and documentaries for you to watch online, legally, streamed directly to your internet-connected device. Below are some key points you should know :
- This will be video on demand or VOD service.
- This will have social integration so you can share movies or tv streams with your friends.
- A speical feature called as Voddler Lumia Movie Night will let you do a movie night out with friends where you can device which movie to watch and then invite them. This will then include organizing, chatting, reviewing and more. This way you can watch movies with friends even in different country in Europe or places where service is available.
- Voddler has gathered over 1.3 million registered users in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Spain
- Voddler’s has content agreements with industry leaders such as Warner Bros., Disney, Universal, Sony Pictures, Paramount, Dreamworks, and Miramax.
Bryan Biniak, Vice President, Global Head of Partnering & Application Development, Nokia said :
Were partnering with Voddler to innovate both the way film studios reach audiences, and consumers enjoy movies, wherever they are. Voddler are industry leaders in movie streaming, and the combination of this, with Nokia’s outstanding hardware, will create breakthrough mobile experiences for consumers.
Voddler’s new Nokia Lumia app will first be launched in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Spain in April 2012 and later in rest of the European Countries.