Spoiler Shield’s Updated App Blocks Results from Sochi on Social Media
Popular App Now Available for Both iOS and Android Users;
Latest Version Includes Spoiler Protection for TRUE DETECTIVE, HOUSE OF CARDS and More
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The latest version of the Spoiler Shield app has been released in time to shelter social media users from seeing results of the games taking place in Sochi. Viewers who use Spoiler Shield can watch the events on their own schedule and not worry about seeing the outcome on Facebook or Twitter beforehand. The app, which shields viewers from having their favorite shows or sports spoiled, offers these features in a new, clean interface that is now available to iOS, Android and Kindle users. The app is free to download in the iTunes App Store, Google Play Store and Amazon App Store.
“It’s just not desirable, and in some cases even possible, to cut yourself off from all social media, just because you can’t watch a game or a show live”
“The time difference between Russia and the United States is about half a day, making it difficult to stay active on social media without finding out who won the gold,” notes Josh Solt, co-founder of Spoiler Shield. “Spoiler Shield allows viewers to be active on their Facebook and Twitter accounts without stumbling across spoilers, so fans can enjoy the various competitions when they want to watch TV. In addition to the games, some of the most popular shows on Spoiler Shield include TRUE DETECTIVE, THE WALKING DEAD and THE BACHELOR, and coming soon is a shield for this year’s Oscars®.”
50 popular TV series are now covered by Spoiler Shield, including DOWNTON ABBEY, GIRLS, THE FOLLOWING, SURVIVOR, SHERLOCK, THE AMERICANS, AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D., SCANDAL, AMERICAN IDOL and NASHVILLE, among others. And with pitchers and catchers reporting for spring training next week, baseball fans should be relieved to know that Spoiler Shield will protect them from inadvertently seeing MLB scores and highlights.
Spoiler Shield’s updated, enhanced interface has a sleek new design that is easy to use. The app’s proprietary algorithm is designed to block any post that could potentially spoil a show or game. With a single touch, a user can select a television series or team to shield, and the technology does the rest. The shields ensure that all spoilers are blocked while all other posts on a user’s feed remain visible.
Shields are updated in real time to stay current with popular programs, ongoing sports developments, and the latest hashtags. Spoiler Shield’s demo video provides additional examples of the app’s user-friendly experience.
“It’s just not desirable, and in some cases even possible, to cut yourself off from all social media, just because you can’t watch a game or a show live,” adds Matthew Loew, Spoiler Shield co-founder. “With online streaming and the popularity of the DVR, you get to pick your TV appointment time. Using Spoiler Shield is the best insurance you can have to protect and enjoy your viewing experience.”
To stay socially connected and spoiler protected, visit www.SpoilerShield.com.