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Days after rolling out a massive overhaul of its Xbox Video app on Windows 8.1, Microsoft has now updated the app on Windows Phone too, bringing a range of improvements and bug fixes.
Microsoft has rolled out a major update to its Xbox Video app for Windows 8.1, giving it a new look in line with that of the Xbox Music app, and including a range of other fixes and improvements.
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Microsoft has released its long-awaited Xbox Video app for Windows Phone 8, with the app available for download immediately. As with the Windows 8 version, users can stream or download videos.
Users can't download videos purchased or rented through Microsoft's Xbox Video service on Xbox One, and it also differs from the Xbox 360 version in terms of licensed content.
Microsoft has launched a new Xbox Video site, allowing you to purchase content and stream via the browser, or watch via the Windows 8.1 app or Xbox One, while a Windows Phone app is also on the way.
Microsoft has sent out an email informing the remaining Zune Marketplace users that they won't be able to purchase or rent content, or even browse movies and TV shows, as early as Nov. 22.
Microsoft has announced that it plans to end Xbox Video support for Windows Phone 7 devices, Zune media players and the Zune desktop software, from late February 2014.
Microsoft has updated the in-house developed Xbox Music and Video apps for Windows 8.1, adding some new features to both program along with some unnamed bug fixes as well.
Microsoft has finally confirmed that it plans to bring its Xbox Video service to Windows Phone devices "this holiday season" as part of its overall app release plans for the OS.
Microsoft's Xbox Video digital media platform remains absent in the company's latest update to Windows Phone 8, despite earlier indications that the service would come before the end of the year.
Microsoft is sending out emails to the remaining users of Zune and the Zune Marketplace, telling them that rentals and purchases of music and video will cease on the Zune Marketplace after August 22nd
Microsoft released a new version of the Xbox Video app for Windows 8.1 preview users, with the new version featuring a slightly overhauled interface that features a darker color scheme.
Microsoft has released more information on what Windows 8.1 users can expect when they check out the updated Xbox Video and Xbox Games apps, including improvements to search and more.
New Windows 8 updates are now available for Microsoft's Xbox Video and Xbox Music apps, with a number of changes, along with the recently launched Nokia Music app.
Microsoft's update to its Xbox Video app for Windows 8 and Windows RT has allowed users to restore movies they previously purchased through the Xbox 360's Xbox Video app.
Microsoft continues its mass updates of its in-house Windows 8 apps with a small update for the Xbox Video app, which offers new closed captioning support and performance improvements.
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Microsoft has confirmed, via its support pages, that people who buy videos from its Xbox Video services from other devices can't play them on Windows Phone 8 smartphones.
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