Update of myCanal on Android
After iOS, it’s the turn of the Android version of myCanal to benefit from a new version.
The Canal+ platform has gradually rolled out an update on Android, and is now unveiling its content. The developers announce improvements relating to Kids content, particularly in downloads. It is also now possible to find Dolby details in film and series files.
Last week, the iOS version benefited from new features. The launch times for live channels and replay content have been reduced. The SharePlay technology launched in 2021 by Apple and since integrated into my Canal is back. In addition, the new iOS 16 features to simplify the launch of shared reading have been integrated, the teams in charge of the platform have also announced. And the VoiceOver has been improved.
A platform accessible to Freebox subscribers with TV by Canal
MyCanal is the official application, which allows Canal/Canal+ subscribers to benefit from their offer on all screens, and non-subscribers to access unencrypted programs on iOS and Android. It is above all the essential application for Free users subscribing to the “TV by Canal” offer via the Freebox (Delta and Révolution), who have access to all the features of myCanal on the move, such as the Canal channels, those of Freebox TV as well as replay.
The platform also offers an Android TV version compatible with the Freebox Pop and mini 4K (discover our test). The application can also be found on Apple TV, available as a main TV box for new Freebox Pop and Delta subscribers, or even as a multi-tv for others.