PlayLater Extends Mobile Support to Android, Windows, BlackBerry
Software lets owners record online programming from Netflix, Hulu, more, and enjoy it when offline.
MediaMall Technologies announced today that its PlayLater video recording software now works with Android, Windows, and BlackBerry mobile devices. The software already worked with Apple iOS devices.
PlayLater was introduced in September, 2011, and gained iOS support in August, 2012. The software works on Windows desktop and notebook computers, letting owners record online video from over 30 websites to their hard drives. Supported sites include Netflix, Hulu, Hulu Plus, Amazon VOD, HBO Go, YouTube, CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, Disney, and more.
PlayLater lets people watch online programming when they don't have an internet connection, such as during a flight. The software also lets people record a show or movie they want to view before its window of availability ends. Recorded videos can be transferred to mobile devices, so they can still be viewed without an internet connection.
The PlayLater software works with Windows XP, Vista, or 7 systems. The company recommends that users have 100GB of free storage space. It's available for a free trial. Payment plans include $9.99 for six months, $24.99 per year, or $49.99 for a lifetime of service.
MediaMall Technologies also makes PlayOn, which lets users stream online programming to a television or mobile device. Buyers get a discounted rate when getting both programs together.
New releases make it easier for viewers to access and enjoy live and on-demand Web video.