But she really needed it, and paled in comparison to that of Disney+, Netflix or Apple TV. In effect, the application did not really honor its nice catalog and had become much too basic, some would say not very attractive or intuitive (even if only the search for information in the submenus or certain basic options).
The app features a smoother user experience with larger visuals. The navigation bar has migrated to the left side of the screen, the icons are presented vertically: Home, Store, Live TV, Free, Search and MyStuff. There is also a list of the 10 most popular series and films on the service. Some subscriptions depending on their geographical availability are highlighted more. The user has access to a much better presentation of the content included in its subscription (with a blue dot / bag of coins).
The platform offers many carousels (with some
super carousels including an image / poster that turns into a video preview when hovering over a selection). To that, there are quite popular features such as multi-user profiles or Alexa integration.