Telefónica remains committed to offering the most complete and differentiated range of leisure and entertainment in the home on the market. Through its Living Apps, applications developed in Movistar Plus+, users have access to exclusive content at no additional cost. All you need is a miMovistar or Fusión contract and a UHD decoder.
This summer Movistar Plus+ has expanded the forms of entertainment, and also of education, focusing especially on young people by offering alternatives to traditional television consumption. Through the Movistar Plus+ ‘Apps’ menu, users will be able to access, for example, the Kanto Living App, with which they will not stop singing all day; with it they will be able to become their favourite singer and give the best concert from their living room TV thanks to this karaoke.
Gamers at home have the Fortnite Living App, where they can discover news, tips and tricks developed by the creators just for Movistar Plus+ customers, tips and tricks that the creators have developed just for Movistar Plus+ customers. They also have the Movistar Gaming Living App where they can discover the best gaming products and services offered by the company.
Social networks are also present in the Movistar Plus+ Apps menu through the Twitter Living App, with a selection of content in video or image format and sorted by categories such as ‘music’, ‘sport’ or ‘travel’. They also have the TikTok Extra Living App available, to have fun with a selection of the best videos from the social network on different topics without needing to have an account on this social network and whose content is continuously updated.
Education and training through the big TV screen is also possible with Living Apps. For example, with Amautas, a space to learn not only about different science concepts, but also about everyday curiosities, such as DNA or climate change; Talent Class, where you can enjoy cutting-edge recipes with the best chefs in the world through live classes, weekly challenges and live chats; the Living App of Ciencia a Saco, where the comedians Miguel and Castelo share data and opinions of the best Spanish scientists and experts in podcast format and with a lot of humour, and there is also the British Council’s Living App or Duolingo, to reinforce the English level during the summer through stories in simple and easy to understand English for beginners, with podcasts that deal with real people about their life, work or culture, which in addition to teaching English give an insight into their traditions and cultures.
Another Living App available is “Los Piratas de Cuentos”, where the youngest members of the family can enjoy children’s stories with a modern twist. They are voiced and supported with animated illustrations to visually accompany the content. They have a wide catalogue available, such as ‘Juliet with the red hood’, ‘The cicada and the ant’, ‘Cinderella, number 9’, ‘The wolf and the four little goats’ or ‘The three little pigs’.
Currently, more than one and a half million households can already access the Movistar Plus+ Living Apps and have access to a wide and varied entertainment offer that covers all ages of the members of the household.
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