Netflix is offering a newer audio experience starting today for its paid subscribers. The company claims it as “high-quality” audio which will support higher bitrate for devices with 5.1 or Dolby Atmos. So if you have been watching Netflix on a TV with the best audio technology but missed out on a better sound, this new addition will definitely boost the overall audio dynamics while you watch your favorite TV shows and movies. Read More
YouTube had started adding some of the best movies for free since October and you can watch it right on the site. The videos can be watched by anyone, but comes with ads. The company says that that ad-free videos will be available on YouTube Premium for those who are willing to pay for the service. Read More
With the digital release of its latest movie Frozen, Disney also announced the launch of its App, “Disney Movie Anywhere”. Disney Movies Anywhere allows users to store and stream digital versions of Disney, Marvel or Pixar movies they’ve purchased online or a physical purchase. Select physical purchases that come with codes, can also be entered into Disney Movies Anywhere to unlock digital copies and their extra features. Read More
The Android Market is becoming better every day. Google at Google I/O announced that they are adding the ability to rent movies through the Android Market. Users will be able to rent movies for 30 days through the Market and stream to their device. A new option called “pinning” will allow users to watch movies when no connectivity is available. Read More
CineXPlayer is a free App available on the App Store that lets you watch Xvid movies on your iPad. For a more detailed review, click here.
This one is huge. Apple has surprisingly allowed an App that lets you watch Xvid movies on your iPad. The App is free for download from the App Store and is just incredible. You could now transfer all of those .avi movies directly to your iPad without spending hours converting them.