Comedy Central Releases Stand-Up Comedy App for iOS Featuring Over 6,000 Videos

Posted June 6, 2013 at 7:08pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5839 views

Comedy Central has released CC: Stand-Up, app that lets you watch a massive library of stand-up comedy from your favorite comedians.

The CC:Stand-Up app is finally here, giving you free access to Comedy Central’s massive library of stand-up from your favorite comedians. Enjoy the best bits from the likes of Kevin Hart, Louis C.K., Gabriel Iglesias, Daniel Tosh, Amy Schumer, John Mulaney, Pete Holmes, Aziz Ansari and hundreds more. The best part? No cover charge, no two-drink minimum.

Features:
- The CHANNEL is the ultimate place to sit back and laugh, get hours of the best stand-up without interruption. Like TV but better. No need to fight grandma for the remote.

- Our FEATURED mode brings you curated stand-up playlists based on a particular topic, recent Comedy Central special, or simply the very “best-of” from a comedy giant. Don’t ask us what curated means, look it up. We can’t do everything!

- Not sure what to watch? While viewing a clip in the app, click on the DISCOVER mode to find related comedians and videos connected by genre, topic, shared credits or random trivia. Think of it as Six Degrees of Stand-Up.

- Finally the app gives you the ability to SEARCH our stockpile of over 700 comedians and 6,000 videos -- just type in a comic’s name or the title of a specific clip. Our library has everything you're looking for, except a librarian. (We are working on this for future builds.)

You can download CC: Stand-Up from the App Store for free.

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