Users can cloud store or stream their favorite movies online on their mobile device by logging into apps from Apple, Google, Walmart, and others. It makes the movie watching experience quite accessible and new-age. Here are some apps which will set you off in the world of great video entertainment.
1. iTunes Movie Store
Watch movies in 4k or HD with your iOS device by logging into the iTunes Movie Store. The online movie store offers you great selection choices at competitive prices for lucent video qualities. iTunes Movie Store doesn’t allow third-party apps to infringe its autonomy over music streaming and renting, so it remains an excellent and the only choice for Apple users.
Vudu is owned by Walmart and is available on platforms like iOS and Android. It comes to the binge-watcher’s rescue in exceptional cases- like if he wants to buy the 4K version of Star Wars, which remains unavailable on many platforms. In the likes of movie streaming apps like FandangoNOW, its stream supports HDR10, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos in the 4K versions of films. And, if you want to watch an old movie to soothe your vintage blues, then Vudu lets you pick an old classic movie for free.
If you have used the regular Fandango app where you can purchase movie tickets, then you will find the new FandangoNOW app to be equally useful- for it serves the same purpose, but in an online mode. The app is owned by Comcast having being acquired by NBCUniversal nearly a decade ago, and Time Warner has invested 30 percent minority stakes in it. This interactive app is compatible with most of the devices and media streamers like Amazon Fire Stick, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and Google Chromecast.
4. Google Play Movies & TV
Despite its name, it is available on other platforms like Apple, media streamers like Roku and smart TVs. The purchased movies can be accessed in the library of YouTube app whether on Apple or Android. Although the iOS app restricts you to window shop the recommended list of films to watch, you can have access to its content in the Android app or on its website.
Using this online rental service you can order your favorite movie at the nearby kiosk at low prices. All you have to do is download the app on your device-iOS or Android. Redbox has over 42,000 kiosks at over 34,000 locations and enjoys a significant sway over the physical rental market.
Ava Williams is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, She has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.