Xender, a leading offline mobile file transfer and sharing app, has taken another giant stride by tying knots with SONY India for its MovieChain project.
SONY India is the sixth mainstream movie studio that has agreed to join this venture. Earlier, Xender closed deals with several top-notch Bollywood movie studios including PVR, EROS, Yash Raj Film, Shemaroo, Viacom18.
Xender claimed that its users can access tons of Bollywood and Hollywood blockbusters on their mobile phones anytime, anywhere at the lowest price of Rs 10-50/movie.
People who get held up by expensive movie tickets and a scarcity of cinema lines before would also have a chance to enjoy the latest movies and at a relatively cheaper price. Everything combined points directly to a new market and a patch of audiences,” said the Xender in a statement.
“This deal with SONY has made Xender a step further towards its goal: an offline version of Netflix. Cinemas and online streaming platforms cannot monopolies the industry and more players would emerge as the next stage of the Internet revolution hits all the rising nations over the world,” said the founder of Xender and MovieChain project Peter Jiang.
Xender is one of the world’s leading application for file transfer and sharing. It offers users the convenience to transfer files of different types and sizes between mobile devices, either Android or iOS based, with no need for cables or Wi-Fi or cellular internet connection, and with absolutely no mobile data usage for transfer.
The company was established in 2011 with the vision to provide better connectivity to the world through technology innovation and devotion to users. Powered by a truly global team we are committed to highest quality standards and user experiences of our applications. With high growth rate in the past few years, we have now more than 700 million activated users globally covering all time zones and more than 30 different languages.