Looking for Your Next Binge? Check out Watchworthy!

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Are you in binge TV mode right now? I’m still working, taking advantage of family time with the kids home, and have been spending a lot of time outside on our farm. Even still, I’m running out of shows to watch when I wind down at night.

Plus, flipping through the variety of options we have like Disney+ and Netflix gets tiresome. The other day, I spent 40 minutes searching for something that would catch my interest and finally gave up.

Which is why I’m so happy to discover the new Watchworthy app! It’s a great way to find my next binge quickly, saving me time and my sanity!

Looking for Your Next Binge? Check out Watchworthy!

Sifting through and selecting what shows to watch has become a much more timely task in this modern era of television. We viewers are over-saturated with multiple platforms.

Watchworthy is an innovative, free app geared to change the way we watch television. It helps navigate choices to find that perfect binge worthy show based on your own interests!

Similar to apps like Spotify, Watchworthy learns your tastes and gives your the best recommendations on the next shows to check out.

Owned by Ranker, the apps also uses audience insights coupled with support for over 200+ platforms. Watchworthy digs into a deeper understanding of consumer tastes and preferences and creates selections to simplify the array choices currently on each platform.

Looking for Your Next Binge? Check out Watchworthy!

 

“There’s an inherent problem when only one-third of adults say they browse their streaming content menus, and 21% say they would simply give up altogether when they can’t find something to watch. And with so much TV out there, it’s only getting harder to pick new shows across all of the new streaming services popping up,” said Clark Benson, CEO and founder of Ranker. “Watchworthy is designed to relieve the paradox of choice by accurately recommending what is worthy of your time, where to find it, and how to watch it.”

Watchworthy is currently free to download in the App Store, with Android coming soon. On any mobile device, it works from watchworthy.app.

 


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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an author and sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky. When she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.
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