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What Is HOOQ And How To Easily Get Your Hands On It

So much quality and content for minimal effort

There are a lot of ways to get your hands on media content nowadays. There are DVDs, Blu-ray discs, downloadable content and online streaming. But if we’re being honest, it can sometimes be hard to search for some movies and television series we actually want to watch, whether they’re old or new, international or local. 

International shows? Check. Local blockbusters? Check. Ease, efficiency and quality? Check, check, check

We weren’t kidding about quantity of content..

With over 10,000 foreign and local movies and series to choose from, HOOQ can be your best friend on those commutes to and from work, and during those inevitable hours when you just can’t get onboard with what’s on cable TV. You’ll have more than enough options to last you the entire year, and more are getting added every day. 

You can literally catch it anywhere.

You can watch your favorite movies and shows from the comfort of your smartphone, PC or tablet, as long as it’s connected to the internet. There’s no need for anything else. But if you’re worried about killing your data plan, there’s really no reason to worry. You can download up to five videos per device at any given time, too.

Quality and comfort are great, but here’s what really sets it apart.

The best thing about HOOQ is that it offers local and other Asian content in high quality and in high doses. You can watch Anne Curtis in “Bakit Lahat ng Guwapo may Boyfriend?” and John Lloyd Cruz in “Kay Tagal Kang Hinitay” and so many more actors and actresses in movies and series that we love. Otherwise, you can opt to watch Asian hits like “Jewel in the Palace” (dubbed in Tagalog) or the Bruce Lee classic “Fist of Fury" (dubbed in English).

Naturally, you’ll have your fair share of Hollywood content, too, from Emilia Clarke’s “Me Before You” to Ryan Gosling’s “The Notebook.” And you’ll be able to easily catch up with your favorite small-screen heroes in “The Flash,” as well as other series like “Powerless” and “Lucifer.”

We know you want it, so here it is.

HOOQ is available to Globe subscribers, whether you’re with Globe Postpaid, Globe Prepaid, TM, Tattoo Postpaid or Globe Broadband. So just download the app for either iOS or Android, and log-in directly with your Globe Broadband-registered email address to get started.

Happy watching!

Adie Pieraz

grew up with numbers but fell in love with words by the time she reached her teenage years. She likes to surround herself with mellow music, delicious food and funny fail videos.

Alex Lara

is a creative that loves to tell stories through art direction and curating images that capture, inspire and excite whoever sees them.

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