Teewe is now available for Windows Phone Users

By Digit NewsDesk | Updated 6 Jun 2017
Teewe is now available for Windows Phone Users
  • Now Windows Phone users can stream their media content on their phone, tablet and PC through the new Teewe app.

Mango Man, the makers of the recently launched Teewe 2, have announced the launch of Teewe app for Windows. The new Teewe app allows Windows users to stream their media content on their phone, tablet and PC. According to the company, the new app has already received over 7,000 downloads and features on the Windows store with an average rating of 4.5 stars.


Speaking on this development, Sai Srinivas, CEO, Mango Man Consumer Electronics said, “We were able to very quickly ramp up this development thanks to the guidance and close support of the Microsoft Team. Despite the speed of development, no compromises were made on the user experience across screen sizes etc. The result is one of the most beautiful ways to stream YouTube and other content on your big screen for Windows Users in India till date. We really hope this fulfils the gap felt by the Windows ecosystem when it comes to options for streaming their content on the big screen.”

Speaking on this collaboration, Joseph Landes, General Manager – Developer Experience, Microsoft Corp. (India) said, “Teewe is one of the most popular ways available for Indian consumers to enhance their entertainment experience. We are excited to offer the Teewe app on the Windows Store and believe that our consumers will be able to now transform their television into an all-round entertainment centre with the help of their Windows devices.”

Mango Man had launched Teewe 2 HDMI media streaming dongle at Rs 2,399. The Teewe 2 can be used to stream videos, music and photos from the smartphone, PC or tablet to the big screen. The dongle comes with an HDMI port that connects directly to any TV/projector.

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