We all know the hardships of logging into a different account to watch different movies. Apple was the first to bring us the gift of binge-watching, a few favorites available on Google play made us switch to Android and weekly sale of Amazon tempted us to its classics. If you too can’t decide on which movie you watch and where you want to watch it, the following news will lighten up your day. Disney has expanded its streaming service “Movies Anywhere” to include five major studios- Sony, 20th Century Fox, Universal, and Warner Brothers.
The concept is temptingly simple- movies from all these big studios will now be watchable through “Movies Anywhere.” Once you create an account with the app, any movie you’ve bought from any of the five studios will show in your app library, regardless of which platform you’ve bought it from and if you choose to link the app to other accounts, those movies will also be updated in your iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, and Vudu accounts.
Though the Disney app has been launched for the past three years, the films were limited to Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar films and catered to a limited audience. However, thanks to its latest expansion policy, it amazing KeyChest technology, not only do they offer more movies on their app but by linking your other accounts to the app but also access all of the app’s films on any of other streaming portals. If you are wondering how much you need to shell out for this awesomeness, the amount is -NOTHING!! Yes, It’s free and will work on iOS and Android devices, Amazon Fire devices, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Roku devices, as well as in the browser.
The aim of the app is to offer a hassle-free streaming experience to the movie buffs and the experience is sought to be improvised in near future by incorporating more movie studios as a part of its services. Furthermore to celebrate the launch, as a part of its promotion, “Movies Anywhere” is offering everyone’s much favorite five free movies—Ice Age, last year’s Ghostbusters, Big Hero 6, Jason Bourne, and The Lego Movie—to anyone who joins and links at least two of the many retail accounts.
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