TV and film fan startup Reelgood has launched a web-based aggregation service that lets users find their favorite shows across multiple streaming providers including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and HBO.
As streaming video content becomes fragmented between several services, Reelgood (via reelgood.io) is offering a way for viewers to find out where their favorite films and shows are.
The website searches available content from Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Amazon Prime Video, Showtime, Starz, and FXNow, TechCrunch reports.
Users can view trailers, build watchlists, and go to the relevant streaming service's relevant page.
Members of the team previously worked on free torrented media streamer Popcorn Time, popular but opposed by the MPAA, while its founder was a product manager at Facebook.
Reelgood launched a social network for movie fans on iOS in 2015, and previously debuted an Apple TV version of its web-based content search portal.
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