iFlix launches offline streaming on iOS and Android

11:24:00 PM Dick Wyn Yong 0 Comments

iFlix, a relatively new video streaming service which launched their network in Malaysia earlier this year is releasing probably the most requested feature. Without any extra charges, iFlix now allow users to download video content for offline viewing but there are restrictions with this new feature. One of them is that you can only have up to 10 downloaded videos at any given time but you do get to choose the video quality to download so you don't overfill your 16GB iPhone 6S.

In addition to that, the downloaded content can only be stored on your device for only 7 days and that number goes down to only 48 hours once you have viewed the video. Another caveat is that this feature is currently only available for Android and iOS but the company says that they are working towards a launch of an offline viewing feature on their desktop application in early 2016.

Just so you know, iFlix costs RM 8 a month and beyond the offline streaming, you can also take advantage of the massive library of up-to-date TV content. There is a free 30-day trial if you want to give it a shot. Try iFlix today at www.iflix.com