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Turkcell will have a unique TV App Store personalised for their TV+ subscribers across Turkey, using Metrological’s Application Platform. It allows Turkcell to source localised and international content from Metrological’s App library of more than 300 TV apps.T

turkcell 12 dec 2018He heTHe operatorTT The operator will use Metrological’s back-office for real-time onboarding, monetising and optimising the app lifecycle. The Metrological product suite consists of an application platform that provides the content for operators to build their own localised TV App Store. It also includes a back-office product suite for onboarding, monetising and optimising the lifecycle of web and native apps across set-top boxes, and there are APIs to support features such as unified search, contextuality, second screen and voice control.

“We are excited about the integrated content options that Turkcell TV+ subscribers will experience supported by Metrological’s fully integrated TV App Store,” said Baris Zavaroglu, director of Digital Media Services of Turkcell. “Our personalised TV App Store will bring together the best in regionalised and niche content. Besides that, it’s crucial for Turkcell to have the tools to customise the app offering in real-time to respond to our TV+ customers’ evolving content needs.”

Thijs Bijleveld SVP of sales and marketing at Metrological added: “We are proud to team with Turkcell to give its TV+ subscribers a robust and fully Turkcell-branded TV App Store made up of all the latest OTT content. The Metrological Application Platform makes onboarding and day-to-day content management seamless and ensures Turkcell TV+ customers can enjoy their live TV international apps and even regional favourites without leaving the main TV screen.”