STARZ on Tuesday announced a new streaming app for subscribers. 

In launching the app, the premium channel joins the growing list of cable and television networks that are giving subscribers a way to watch shows and movies on the channel at any time on any device.

The STARZ app is available now in the App Store for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV and the Google Play Store. For $8.99 per month, subscribers have access to more than 2,400 selections per month, according to a news release.

The app will also offer "virtually unlimited downloads" and up to four users can use the app to stream content at the same time. 

CEO Chris Albrecht said in a news release that the app would allow STARZ to serve more customers.

"Our programing will now be more widely available to the 20 million broadband only homes of cord nevers, cord cutters and cord shavers, including Millennials and other underserved consumers who need other viable subscription service options," he said.

The new original series "Outlander" will be available for streaming and download on April 7, two days before it premieres on the channel on April 9.