BlueBits, a new TV app by BlueBites, is a new type of app that lets users connect with each other and watch TV shows on a big screen.
But BlueBots creators aren’t satisfied with simply being able to watch a bunch of shows, and they want to offer something more.
BlueBit has launched a beta version of the TV app and the company is looking to raise $20,000 to fund the development of a full release.
BlueBit founders Chris Boulton and Chris Dabiri have a few different ideas for what to offer the public, including: “a personalized TV experience” “a curated library of shows” “in-home and mobile-only TV” and “a live-streaming app for friends and family to watch together.”
That last point sounds like a nice, curated TV experience, but it’s unclear how much it would cost.
The app has only been live for a few weeks, and there’s no word yet on when the beta version will be available for download.
Bluebits co-founders are trying to make the TV experience more interactive.
“If you’re watching something, it’s going to be really cool, but if you’re not watching it, it can be boring,” Dabiris told New York Mag.
“We want to be able to tell you what you’re missing out on, what you missed out on because you’re sitting in your couch and not watching.”
So far, BlueBitch has raised $2,000 through its Indiegogo campaign.
But the company needs $20k to make it to a full launch.
“It’s going for about $20,” Boulson said.
“That’s what we’re hoping to raise in the first couple of weeks, so we’ll start getting some traction and then it’s on to a second half of the fundraising.”
Boulons app is not an app.
It’s just a service that lets you watch TV with your friends.
It looks a little like something you might find in a TV-themed grocery store, but there’s more to it than that.
“I want to get as many people as possible on board with this idea,” Dabs told New Zealand’s The Drum.
“There’s a lot of good things going on with BlueBite that you haven’t seen before.
There’s a ton of cool new apps and services coming to the market, and we’re just hoping people are going to get on board.”