Want good family-friendly movies and TV shows? Pure Flix wants to be the service for you. First launched in 2003 as a film production studio best known for Gods Not Dead, a few years ago it launched a subscription streaming service. Now it is doubling down on its Pure Flix streaming service by expanding content on new devices.
Im convinced that our success has been based on our ability to quickly respond to what consumers ask for we still have a start-up mentality, said PureFlix.com CEO Greg Gudorf. Whether its content or technology, we want consumers to know that were listening.
Pure Flix recently announced that it is going to be adding more movies and shows to its lineup. With new theatrical titles such as God’s Not Dead 2, Hillsong: Let Hope Rise, and I’m Not Ashamed.
In total Pure Flix is expanding to over 6,500 titles included with its subscription video service.
In the last few weeks Pure Flix has also added support for Android TV and the Apple TV. This is in addition to apps on Roku, Chromecast, Android, iOS, Fire TV, Fire Tablets, and more.
Pure Flix also announced that support for new devices such as the XBox and PlayStation are in the works.
Pure Flix is also offering a new deal for subscribers. You can now pay $10.99 a month or $99.99 for a year.
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