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VUDU brings its app to Windows 10, offering TV and movie rentals

While some companies have been removing their apps from the Windows Store in recent weeks, others have been joining the platform, or expanding their support for Microsoft devices.

VUDU was among the first entertainment brands to offer an app for the Xbox One when the console launched in 2013, and now, its app is available for Windows 10 devices too. The Windows Store listing provides an overview of what to expect:

  • Watch the latest movies, from still-in-theater hits to blockbusters - some before they’re even out on DVD or Blu-ray!
  • Catch up on TV episodes as soon as the day after broadcast, or binge-watch complete seasons.
  • Join VUDU for FREE. Rent or own only what you want, with no subscription or rental late fees.
  • Stream directly to your Windows 10 device or download to watch anywhere, anytime.
  • Connect to both Ultraviolet and Disney Movies Anywhere, and access your movie and TV collections all from the VUDU app.

The app is currently available only for Windows 10 PCs, and it's not yet clear if the company intends to offer it on Windows 10 Mobile devices too.

You can download the VUDU app free from the Windows Store.

Source: Windows Store via MSPoweruser

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