Playster: the Streaming Service Dubbed “The Netflix of Everything”

There’s a new streaming app in town and it’s being dubbed “the Netflix of everything”. Playster, licensed by Sony and Warner, calls itself the first all-in-one entertainment streaming service. Users on iOS and Android can subscribe to different services for a variety of prices: e-books/audiobooks ($9.95), music ($9.95), games ($5.95), and movies ($3.95). Or, if you want to subscribe to everything, it costs $24.95/month.

Founded in 2014, the Montreal-based company has deals with media owners including HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Harlequin, Paramount Pictures, Cinedigm, and Gameloft. Now they have Warner Music Group and Sony Music licenses, too. From Music Business Worldwide:

“Playster says its new music streaming offer will include ‘expertly tailored recommendations, curated playlists and unique mood-based sorting’”.

Playster CEO Phillip Keezer says that their mission is to offer members the best in streaming and create the ultimate multi-media service. People who subscribe to a year-long service receive a complimentary Combo box that includes an Android tablet and headphones. They want to make entertainment accessible, affordable, and enjoyable for all.

You can sign up for a free 30-day trial at

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