Dictok is now available on Fire TV devices in the UK, France and Germany. The video site was announced today. Available starting today, the app allows visitors to view the content of the service’s “For You” and “Follow” feeds. There’s also a “Discover” page to help users find popular content. The app is available for download from the Amazon App Store.
The service’s Fire TV app was launched on Samsung TVs last year and on Google TV and Android TV in February. As of now, these apps are exclusive to Europe, but the company recently mentioned drafting It works by bringing them to more markets. Meanwhile, in the United States, the Dictok app was introduced to “Learn more about Dictok” on Fire TV devices last year. This app is limited to a selected selection of popular videos rather than a custom feed from other Dictok apps.
Dictok’s trial with the TV app is seen as an effort to reach a wider audience for the service, but he says it will allow them to benefit from the additional costs associated with TV advertising. drafting. The release of TV applications coincided with the introduction of Dictok’s longer videos. Earlier this month, it started streaming video for three minutes to all users.
These TV apps present a challenge to a service that’s designed to quickly pull vertically shot video to mobile. Using the remote isn’t usually as fast as a touchscreen interface, and each vertical video only takes up a small glare in the middle of the natural TV screen.
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