LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Frequency, the internet video service that brings users thousands of channels of free-to-watch video from social networks, major media sources, online video networks, websites, blogs and over-the-top services, announced today that it is available immediately on the new Amazon Fire TV.
“Millions of consumers watch internet video every day on their Amazon Kindle Fire tablets," said Blair Harrison, founder and CEO of Frequency. "Today's launch of the Amazon Fire TV adds the biggest screen in the household. With Frequency now available on Fire TV, users can watch and share an almost unlimited variety of internet video, including full 1080p HD videos. We are delighted to bring this amazing new experience to Amazon customers."
Selected as an Editor’s Choice by the iTunes App Store and chosen as one of the Top 100 Websites of 2013 by PC Magazine, Frequency brings together online video from thousands of different sources in one simple, easy to use application, synchronized across multiple devices, and updated in real time. Frequency users can connect social network accounts, watch channels programmed by media publishers, search for topics and interests, and easily share videos to friends across all devices and services.
Frequency also features a Highlights channel personalized for each user based on interests, friends, sources, and quality, so that users don't miss the most important videos of the day.
“We are thrilled that Frequency will be available on Amazon Fire TV,” said Mike George, Vice President of Amazon Appstore and Games. “Frequency gives our users immediate access to the best free-to-watch internet video, provides powerful video search, and makes channels for users from their social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Vine and Instagram. It is a beautifully designed, easy to use app that we think our customers will love.”
Frequency, the best way to watch and share internet video, is available for free for Amazon Fire TV starting today. Frequency is also available for the Apple iPhone and iPad, Samsung Smart TVs, Sony devices including the Bravia Smart Stick, devices from many other manufacturers worldwide, and on the web at www.frequency.com.