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Microsoft has announced that the streaming video service Crackle is premiering its original action movie Extraction first on Microsoft's platforms like Xbox Live, Windows 8 and Windows Phone.
Crackle, the free movie and TV streaming video service that's owned by Sony, has now launched a free app for Windows Phone users to access its collection of videos.
Xbox 360 owners can now download and use two new video apps via Xbox Live. One is Crackle, the Sony owned free movie and TV service. The other is CinemaNow, which has paid downloads of movies.