November 14, 2016
Anil Ambani led Reliance Entertainment and digital media content and distribution company – FunOnGo, as part of a new venture, have launched an Android app, called ‘Chillx’.
Chillx app, according to its makers is a digital entertainment departmental store that curates a mix of games, music, viral videos and clips, entertainment news, short films and full length movies. According to the press release, “Chillx contains an exhaustive games section, with several premium games available on a try and buy basis. The portal also lists and recommends apps for Indian users depending upon their usage habits.”
The app features regional language support for Bengali, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Punjabi, Gujarati and Telugu, apart from English so that you can enjoy the app in your local language. Altogether, the app gives consumers choices in languages, entertainment formats, genres as well as payment mechanisms.
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