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Netflix scores rights to Disney movies, deal to start in 2016

December 5, 2012
Netflix announces that it has signed a three-year agreement with Walt Disney Studio in a deal that will see the firm gaining exclusive rights to Disney movies – Marvel and Pixar titles included, as well as the new Star Wars trilogy – starting from 2016.
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Updated Redbox app for Android brings better browsing

September 23, 2012
While users of the Redbox movie rental service are growing in number, so were frustrations with the Redbox app for Android. An update, now available in Google Play, fixes a number of issues while adding some useful features.
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Best movie game apps for Android

July 11, 2012

Some people are just really enthusiastic about showing their burning passion for a certain cartoon, anime, TV series, or movie. Certain people fill their room with official merchandise while others launch their careers as writers or artists by writing or drawing their favorite characters in every single one of their pieces. There’s no limit to how you can express your love. If you’re a huge fan of something but you don’t quite have the drive to purchase every bit of official and unofficial merchandise you can get your hands on and you don’t have the talent to contribute fan-made things, don’t despair. There’s another way you can show your [...]

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Google Nexus 7 – not so awesome across the seas due to lack of digital content?

July 4, 2012

Update- We have just launched the best Android tablets of 2013 series.

The Google Nexus 7 is one of the best Android tablets of the year and definitely a tough adversary for this year’s Kindle Fire versions. At the same time, the device is not an iPad-killer, it’s not even intended to be one, and, moreover, it may do a lot more harm within the Android tablet ecosystems, as other OEMs will not be able to replicate Google’s current tablet strategy.

The Nexus 7 is an affordable device that packs quite a punch under the hood and is able to offer users access to Google’s latest operating system, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, right out of the [...]

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[Video] Google advertises movie rentals on Play Store, bananas and mirrors may be involved

June 15, 2012

In an attempt to make its Google Play movie rentals service more popular with the Android crowd, Google released a YouTube video in which it demoed the simple functionality of its cloud-based movie streaming service. The short 1-minute video explains how movie watching via Google Play works, and why Android tablet owners should be excited.

In short, enjoying a movie should be rather simple, as Google will let you start watching it on one device, and then continue from where you left off on an Android tablet.

And what better way to make people remember the Google Play movie rentals service than by trying to come up with a viral [...]

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Odeon Launches Own App for Moviegoers

January 16, 2012

For people who are fond of watching movies from Odeon cinemas, the establishment has recently launched its own app under the same name. Thanks to the app, users can easily make bookings and choose their straights with no fuss. Moreover, they can locate a nearby local cinema. Plus, Premiere Club members get to track their reward points.

While any other movie app can do that, Odeon has another feature to boot. Apart from making reservations and all that, the app also enables its users to watch trailers, read plot summaries, and even see star ratings. With this, users are sure to get unbiased information about the movie they are planning to see.

Thanks to this [...]

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Best Android App to Download Torrent Files with Resume Support

January 7, 2012

A lot of people like to download stuff from the Internet using torrents or Internet download managers because even if you turn your computer off, you can just pause your download and resume downloading the next time you open your PC. This is an advantage especially if you are downloading a large file, which often takes much time to download. Instead of leaving your computer on for a long time just to finish your file download, you can just pause the download and resume it later.

Now, this convenience can now also be enjoyed by Android users. An application called aDownloader is a torrent application for Android–and it supports resumable downloading, which means [...]

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Fox Brings Movies To Phones and Tablets

July 22, 2011

Piracy has been one of the big issues of the Internet ever since megabyte-speed lines and smaller video files were developed. Music and movies are the usual targets for piracy – mostly because they’re really expensive when it comes down to it. Which is why downloads are at an all-time high and media company profits are getting lower.

One of the ways that the industry has tried to combat this is to sue a lot of people. However, that just made the studios more unpopular and encouraged media pirates everywhere. However, some of them seemed to have learned their lesson. Digital distribution is the wave of the future and a lot of companies have gone on the bandwagon [...]

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Crackle App Brings Free Movies To Android

June 20, 2011

Everyone likes free stuff – especially free entertainment. That’s why you see the popularity of piracy after all. Well, free movies are coming to the Android platform and it’s piracy-free. We already know about Netflix’s excellent app that provides access to their service, while Google has its own Movie service. There’s a third entry into the ring though. Crackle, is a movie- and TV-watching service that hasn’t been getting the attention they deserved. To change that, the company has launched v2.0 of its Android app – that gives you access to a wide selection of free movies and TV shows.

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Rooted Android Devices Won’t Have Access To Market Movie Rentals

May 24, 2011


Well, here’s a bit of trouble. Everyone who really wants to get something done on their Android machine knows that rooting is the way to go. This is mostly because it opens up the innards of the system to our optimizing touch. No more bloatware or crapware  on it – just the pure streamlined operation of an operating system that’s like a tuned engine. Of course, rooting isn’t exactly legal – it’s in one of those legal gray areas that make our lives easy. So, of course, there are some consequences.

One of those consequences just recently got announced. Google, the guys behind Android and the Android [...]

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