16 Jul APP STORES OF NOTE: GAMES, MUSIC AND MOVIE DIGITAL DISTRIBUTORS TO KEEP IN MIND
Speak with an app store expert witness, digital distribution consultant or futurist keynote speaker and they’d tell you that there are many digital distributors to keep in mind these days. That’s because you can generally find loans of options depending on the platform, medium and form of entertainment – e.g. books, games, movies, TV shows, music, comics and so forth. In fact, we touched on several leading choices that you might want to download or stream from earlier. Regardless, as app store expert witnesses and digital distribution consultants, some additional providers you might turn to are listed here – enjoy, and have fun!
- Epic Games Store – Offers many downloadable choices and a launcher for PC games created by Epic Games. Competes with Valve’s Steam digital distributor and is a favorite with players, industry anlaysts and app store expert witnesses.
- Uplay – Digital platform by Ubisoft to distribute its games on Windows.
- Bandcamp – Platform for independent artists and record labels to sell music directly to fans.
- comiXology – Amazon’s digital comic book platform and storefront – if you’re a fan of graphic novels, you’ve probably already given it a try.
- YouTube – Large library of video content with paid options for movies, TV shows and YouTube Originals.
- Hulu – On demand subscription service for streaming TV shows, movies and Hulu Originals.
- Roku Channel – Ad-supported free TV and movie library operated by Roku.
- Vimeo – Platform focused on hosting and sharing high-definition video content. Provides paid on-demand content.
- DeviantArt – Online art community where artists publish and sell digital artworks and assets.
- Gumroad – Direct-to-consumer digital marketplace for independent creators to sell products and content.
- RosettaBooks – Ebook publisher and distributor of over 30,000 ebook titles from major traditional publishers.
- Blurb – Self-publishing platform and distribution channel for print and ebooks, or so app store expert witnesses and digital distribution futurists tell us.