The application Tricolor Kino I TV is now available on Apple TV
During the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, when television and online services have become the main sources of entertainment for the Russians, Tricolor is expanding the availability of its popular application Tricolor Kino I TV. The owners of the Apple TV set-top box have got the opportunity to watch more than 150 TV channels, as well as access to an online movie theatre with films from the leading Russian and foreign motion picture companies.
Clients of Tricolor, a multiplatform digital environment provider, who are also Apple TV users, have got the opportunity to check out all the advantages of the application Tricolor Kino I TV. After installation of the Tricolor application from the App Store the user will be able to watch more than 150 online channels for free, including 53 channels in HD format, as well as more than 1000 movies by foreign and Russian studios. The online movie theatre library is regularly updated with the help of rating lists. The application of the provider includes interactive broadcast management functions (pause, rewind, archive of the TV shows shown during last 7 days) and parental controls, which allow parents to adjust content filters depending on the age of the child.
Apple TV has been included into the range of platforms, with the use of which the provider's clients can watch online channels and movies using the same Tricolor ID. The users will be able to connect up to 5 different devices in total, including smartphones, tablets, and Smart TVs.
As you can recall, in August 2018, the application Tricolor Kino I TV was introduced to the TVs with the Android TV operating system; in December 2018, Tricolor presented a mobile application for iOS and Android and an application for Samsung Smart TVs on the Tizen platform. On 25 February 2020, an application for AppGallery, Huawei's official application distribution platform, was released. In March, Tricolor Kino I TV was introduced to LG Smart TVs on the WebOS platform.