A major challenge to the commercial setup of Spuul is piracy. Piracy is a big problem in India and has made people hesitant to watch paid content. The company’s founders are hoping that the app will change that. While it wasn’t an easy task, it seems to be working well. The company is making its movies available to users in under three weeks. Although it’s not a ‘network’, Spuul isn’t just for movies, but also for television shows.
The interface of Spuul is clean and refined. The app provides detailed synopsis of movies. It also provides a trailer. The UI is responsive and clean. Its huge library is an additional plus. There are over 10,000 hours of movies from Bollywood. The user interface is simple and intuitive. The apps are available on both Android and Apple devices. They can also be used on select Android TVs. The company is backed by several companies and has a partnership with Sony Entertainment TV.
The company has been developing the Spuul app since 2010. It was founded in 2010 and is based in Singapore. The founders of Spuul are Sudesh Iyer, S Mohan, and Subin Subaiah. The company is also in talks with Hollywood and the United States to launch a premium version. In the free version, users can watch only limited content and will be subjected to occasional ads. The premium version of the app offers unlimited movies and no advertisements, and allows you to install the app on multiple screens.