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Canada Has Launched A New All-In-One Streaming App And It Is Glorious

See ya later Netflix.
Canada Has Launched A New All-In-One Streaming App And It Is Glorious

I'm going to be truly honest with you guys, I have a million apps on my phone. I have Netflix for streaming my favourite episodes of Family Guy before I fall asleep, I have Spotify to listen to my personalized playlists for my daily commute, and I have Audible for the days I feel like cuddling up on the couch with a cup of tea and "reading".

If you're anything like me, you probably also have a million apps on your phone.

Then it hit me. I probably spend about $40 a month just on these three apps alone. Not only that, but having so many different apps is pretty taxing on my poor little 16GB iPhone.

And this is where Playster comes in (cue applause).

Playster is the world’s first all-in-one entertainment streaming app that brings together music, books, audiobooks, comic books, TV shows, movies, and games -- all in one single app.

Hallelujah!

The app can be accessed on any web-enabled device which means that you have the freedom to use it on your iPhone or Android, iPad or tablet, and on your desktop! Another neat feature is that you can save all of your favourite content and stream it offline too! This is perfect for when you’re traveling sans Wi-Fi…We’ve all been there, at the airport with crappy airport Wi-Wi or on a Greyhound with literally NO Wi-Fi.

For $9.95 per month, you get unlimited access to books and audiobooks or music, but you can opt for the all-inclusive membership for $24.95 per month which gives you access to everything, including TV shows and movies!

You can now watch all your shows and movies anywhere you want or catch up on some reading, all through the use of one single app. And don’t forget you can stream your favourite music too!

And if things couldn’t get any better, Playster is hooking up members who sign up for a year-long membership with a free Android tablet and a pair of headphones as part of their Combo Box! If you’re still not sold, you can also sign up for a free 30-day trial to see if Playster is right for you (trust me on this one)!

Visit Playster online to find out more about this dope streaming service or download the app for iOS and Android.

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