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Rooster Teeth’s free and redesigned mobile app is released

On September 10th, 2015, Rooster Teeth unveiled it’s redesigned app for those who want to watch their content on both iOS and Android devices. Compared to an earlier iteration of the Rooster Teeth app, the new app syncs with your Rooster Teeth profile, which means that Sponsors can get their exclusive content on a place other than the Rooster Teeth site. Sponsors are, as their title implies, members of the Rooster Teeth site who pay $5 per month or $16 for 6 months for exclusive content and benefits.

Sponsor content, Achivement Hunter, and more, all in the palm of your hand
Sponsor content, Achivement Hunter, and more, all in the palm of your hand

Coincidentally, Rooster Teeth is also expanding it’s list of Sponsor only features and content, including the upcoming Let’s Play Live: The Documentary which premieres on September 14th. Matt Hullum, the co-founder and CEO of Rooster Teeth, said in a press release, “We’ve had amazing support for years from our loyal Sponsor community, and easier access to content and the rollout of exclusive new shows gives them even more value.”

You can even access live content if you wish
You can even access live content if you wish

The release of the app also comes at an interesting time in that the Rooster Teeth site was recently redesigned a couple of months ago, and as part of that redesign, the site was intended to run better on mobile devices. However, the app is undoubtedly better for those who are only interested in viewing their content, as it runs smoothly and is well organized based on what division or show of Rooster Teeth you want to see whether it be Achievement Hunter, Funhaus, or The Know. Unfortunately, you cannot access the community features of the Rooster Teeth site on the app, and as a result you cannot see any announcements from the site.

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