Lightbox announces availability on new devices

Lightbox LogoWatching great TV has just become even easier for New Zealanders with Lightbox adding several new devices this month including smartphones, additional Android tablets and Chromecast.

The Lightbox App will be available on a range of new platforms, putting thousands of hours of critically acclaimed TV shows – including Better Call Saul, Transparent, Wolf Hall, Outlander and many more – legitimately at the fingertips of many more Kiwis.

As of today, people can now watch Lightbox on their smartphones with the mobile app available for download on the following devices:

· Apple iPhones 4s and up (available from iTunes store)

· Android smart phones and tablets 4.2 and above (available from Google Play)

Lightbox will also be available to stream through Chromecast in the next few weeks while several Smart TVs will also be added to the line-up over the coming weeks.

Lightbox is currently available on Samsung SMART TVs, desktop PCs, laptops, iPads and Samsung tablets, and on Apple TV with Airplay plus PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®3 consoles.

Lightbox CEO Kym Niblock says the addition of new devices is part of the company’s vision to make it easier for people to watch insanely good TV whenever and wherever they want – on the big screen at home, on tablets or out and about with mobile phones.

“In the past few months we’ve seen more and more Kiwis enjoying what the future of entertainment looks like.

“The addition of a raft of new devices – combined with great new content and a competitive price of $12.99 per month – ensures we can put Lightbox at the fingertips of even more TV lovers and is perfectly timed for the cold winter months ahead. Our 30 day free trial is perfect for giving it a go, life is too short for bad TV. ”

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If they're on, I'm usually watching Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, 24, Battlestar Galactica, The X Factor, Survivor, House of Cards, Mad Men and the NRL.
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  • Simon Green

    I’ve been hearing about Chromecast support from their twitter feed for months. It’s the only reason Lightbox don’t have any money from me yet. Hope my ISP is ready when it does come.

  • Harrison

    Hopefully Lightbox will be available on Panasonic Viera soon