Nominari is developing a streaming device that would allow Android TV users to enjoy all the content on Nominario’s site without any restrictions.
The company is currently in the process of getting its product into the Android ecosystem and has recently announced it is now on its way to the Apple App Store.
Nominaria is an open source software platform that enables anyone to stream music, movies, TV shows, videos, and more from the Nominarion network.
The software was designed to allow users to create a unique personalised library of movies and TV shows for their devices without having to download and install any separate app.
The app also offers a wealth of music streaming services that can be accessed through the same interface.
The Nominara service has been developed by a group of programmers from Croatia and Romania, which has been working on the software for the last two years.
Nomadland is the largest online music streaming service in Europe, but the company’s founder, Dariu Nisic, says it is not just the streaming platform that is appealing to his clients.
“I am looking for the best musicians and artists that we can, and I don’t want to have to spend money on the best studio that I can find in the world.
That’s why I think it’s important to make this a viable business model,” he said.
“We have a lot of money invested in Nomineria, but we also need to spend the money on quality software.”
Nominario is currently available for Android devices and has been the subject of some controversy in recent months, with some users complaining that the service was unlicensed.
The Nominarian website also carries the domain nomad.net.
The company says it plans to launch an app for Android TV in the future, although the details have yet to be finalised.
However, Nominary is not alone in its attempt to bring the streaming music to Android, with the likes of Napster, TuneIn, and Spotify all already using the Nomi streaming platform.
Nominarie is currently offering its service on Android devices for $10 per month.