Earlier today Reelgood announced that its app is now available on Google’s Android TV Platform.
There are several streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, Disney Hotstar, Amazon Prime that provide you with different content options which can be confusing and expensive for you.
However, Reelgood is here to improve your streaming experience as it helps you to put streaming content from different apps in one place.
Notably, Realgood is not a newly launched platform as it has been available a mobile app on the PlayStore and App Store for quite a while, in its latest move it has decided to expand its horizons and is now it’s making a debut on Amazon’s Fire TV platform and Android TV.
So What is Reelgood?
Reelgood is basically an app that is programmed to put all of your streaming services into a single location and help you to find the exact content that you are looking for.
Significantly, This concept is not just released, as a matter of fact it is the flagship feature of TiVo’s Stream 4K dongle, however, unlike TiVO, Reelgood is not shackled to a particular piece of hardware.
How does Reelgood work?
When you download Reelgood, the app will ask you about the streaming apps that you use.
Once you allow the app the required permissions, then simply browse through it and you will find a shortcut to open your favorite movie or TV show directly in the streaming service that offers it saving you the hassle of browsing through several apps.
Another good feature of Reelgood is that it displays trailers and IMDB ratings for each piece of content.
Which Streaming apps are supported in Reelgood?
Reelgood supports all legal streaming apps in the US that includes Netflix, Prime TV+, Hulu, Disney+, Crunchyroll, Showtime and HBO Max.
Is ReelGood safe?
Yes ReelGood is a safe platform to use.
Is ReelGood legal?
Yes I have checked the agreements and licenses of Reelgood and it is a legal platform that is available on Google Play Store and Apple App store.
You can download Reelgood for Android TV on the Google Play Store.