Soap2Day, a UK company that is offering soap2Days to people who rent DVDs, is a real world experiment in a new way.
The app, which costs £3.99, is available to watch on the couch or in the living room of your own home, and is meant to make the process of watching soap2D easier for people.
“With this new service, you can sit on the living-room sofa, watch a film, and not have to worry about running out of money for popcorn or a drink.
There are no ads on the website, and if you are watching a movie on a PC, you are able to play it in the browser without having to download and install an app,” the app’s website says.
It has a wide selection of soap2 days to choose from, and will continue to grow as more users join in.
The app has been available to download on the iOS and Android app stores for about six months, but it hasn’t been officially launched yet.
Soap 2Days promises that it will “make watching movies in the comfort of your home even easier”, with “free movie and TV shows” available to rent.
“There are currently no ads to be found on the site, so you can enjoy all the films, shows and movies you can imagine without any additional spending,” the website states.
Buzzfeed UK is not the first site to offer soap2days.
The company’s original app, called Cinema 3D, offers a similar service to the one offered by Buzzfeed.
BuzzFeed UK and Soap is available from the Apple App Store, the Google Play store and the Google Video app.