PureFlix.com went live in the summer of 2015, after the film “God’s Not Dead” had wowed audiences the year prior, becoming the sixth most profitable movie in film history. The mission of Pure Flix is simple: impact the culture for Christ through impactful entertainment. But the big screen was just the beginning; thanks to Pure Flix, Christian movies and TV shows are more accessible than ever.
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There are more ways than ever before to watch clean faith and family movies and TV shows, wherever you are! If you have a Samsung Smart TV, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, or another streaming device, then you are ready to watch Pure Flix.
Topics: Technology Customers
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PureFlix.com offers clean and uplifting movies and TV shows that users can stream from multiple devices at home or on the go. If you have Chromecast, it’s never been easier to watch Pure Flix. Not sure how to cast on Chromecast using your phone, tablet, or computer? We’ll walk you through the steps.
Topics: Technology Pure Flix Digital Support
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One great thing about PureFlix.com is that users can stream from any mobile device. You can watch clean movies and TV series on your computer, smartphone, or iPad from any location. However, one of the best ways to watch Christian movies is on a big screen, from the comfort of your living room.
Topics: Technology Pure Flix Digital Customers
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A BIG upgrade has come to Pure Flix. You’ve been asking about an app for Apple TV, and we’ve listened. As of late April , you can download the PureFlix.com app directly from your Generation 4 or later Apple TV. This means family-friendly entertainment is easier, more convenient than ever to enjoy.
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At the WSJD (Wall Street Journal’s annual digitally minded conference), Netflix CEO, Reed Hastings, told the crowd:
"Fundamentally we're about eliminating loneliness and boredom.”
Admittedly, Hastings and the Netflix crew have noble goals. After all, Mother Teresa called loneliness the “poverty of the west,” and Soren Kierkegaard said that boredom was the “root of all evil.” But while these two evils should be alleviated, is Netflix really up for the challenge?