August 24, 2012, San Francisco, CA – Revision3 has announced an update to its viewing devices, with the inclusion of several new apps as well as enhanced support for some of its more popular platforms.
The latest updates include:
- Revision3 for iPad: upgraded to include support for Apple Airplay. Play your favorite Revision3 content on your airplay compliant device.
- Nook App: Revision3 can now be found on all Barnes & Noble’s Nook Tablet
- HTML5 On Firefox. With the inclusion of Firefox browsers (which have 20% market share) this month, Revision3′s new HTML5 player is now available on all up to date browser and operating system combinations. With this move, Revision3′s HTML5 player replaces Revision3′s Flash player as the most dominant player technology for Revison3.com content.
- Sony Google TV App. Revision3 released it’s Android Google TV application for the Sony Google TV Play Store – providing Revision3 content to all users of Sony’s new Google TV implementations.
“The growth that Revision3 has received across our mobile apps is incredibly exciting,” said Rob DeMillo, CTO, Revision3. “We’re increasingly seeing viewer adoption across a multitude of devices and we will continue to add options to enhance the Revision3 viewing experience.”
Revision3, a Discovery Communications company, is currently the number one over the top video network with prominent placement on Roku, Boxee, Zune, TiVo, Windows Media Center, XBMC, Yahoo’s Connected TV Platform, Google TV, and Kindle, plus apps on Android and iPhone, along with tablets (Android and iOS) and other hand held platforms.
In addition, Revision3 content is available online via Revision3.com, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, AOL, Yahoo!, iTunes, Rovi, Divx, Dish online, Clearleap, DailyMotion, Clicker, Metacafe, Twonky and more. Revision3 programs can also be seen “in the air” on Virgin America’s Entertainment network.
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