Zenga TV app offers free access to over 100 channels and has a movie library of 10,000 titles.
Micromax Funbook, which was recently launched with much fanfare, will come preloaded with Zenga TV.
According to Zenga, its mobile TV app offers free access to over 100 channels and has a movie library of 10,000 titles. The company has exclusive content partnership with Colors and MTV and additionally carries live content from , Bloomberg UTV, CNN IBN, Darshan 24, Aaj Tak, Cartoon Network, CNN, Pogo, 9X Tashan, 9X Jalwa, DD News, Doordarshan, Raj TV amongst other.
Shabir Momin, chief executive officer, Zenga TV, said, "We are excited to be associated with a renowned brand like Micromax to offer class leading TV viewing experience to customers. With this tie up, Funbook ICS tablet would carry our pre-loaded Android app which will give access to our wide range of TV channels, including bouquet of movies and songs."
As per the report, Micromax is developing a new OS based on the Android platform and products based on the new OS may be launched by the end of this financial year.
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