Screw TV Content Now Enabled for Chromecast

MIAMI — Autelitano Media Group (AMG), publisher of Screw Magazine, announced that their Screw TV application is now enabled for Chromecast.

As reported by XBIZ, Screw Magazine was relaunched in September 2020.

"Subscribers can now watch Screw TV on any Android TV or Chromecast-compatible TV with one click of a button, giving subscribers broader access to a growing library of adult films and video clips for as little as $2 a month," a rep explained.

The added Chromecast functionality marks Screw TV’s first expansion beyond the Roku platform since launching in 2018. A web-based video player that allows subscribers to view Screw TV on any internet-connected desktop, tablet or mobile device has also been introduced.

“Web and Chromecast support have been our most-requested features since we launched exclusively on Roku in 2018. With this new functionality, our 600,000 subscribers can now enjoy Screw TV on any device, anywhere, and even take it with them wherever they go,” AMG CEO Phil Autelitano said.

More about “Screw Magazine” and Screw TV can be found here.

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