Droolplay is a subscription-based media streaming service. Users can access movies, video games, music, and e-books. The benefit of this is having a wide range of media content conveniently accessible in one place. Their content, which is updated daily, spans a variety of genres. For example, gamers will find arcade games, board games, role-playing games, and music aficionados will be able to listen to everything from country, to electronic, to rap. To access content, users need to only log in and select the appropriate content category, where they will find the full library of available titles. As with many streaming media services, movies are their most popular category. Subscriptions are available to residents in the US, the UK, and Canada, although users will find that content availability is subject to their specific geographic location and the limits of content licensing. Droolplay offers toll-free customer support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Users must have a desktop, tablet, or an iOS or Android device to use Droolplay. To create an account, they must provide their full name, debit or credit card information, and billing address. As of the writing of this article, services are billed recurringly at $39.95 per month. Also available is a free 5-day trial subscription.
Droolplay was created because its founders were passionately interested in movies, video games, music, and e-books. This inspired them to create a subscription service where other people could have access to the same content on a clean and reliable platform. Their slogan is, “We love media! We love it so much we built a whole site around it!”
Droolplay is operated by Content Roots Ltd., a private limited company that was incorporated in London in January of 2014. It was founded by Christopher Wilhelm Yan, and has gone through a succession of directors, including Zdenek Vavrk, Stuart Ralph Poppleton, Roger Stuart Poppleton, Frances Ann Gordon, and Lucie Antoniov. The current director is Pawel Szostek.