Subject: General Tech | October 12, 2017 - 02:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: movies anywhere, plex, Amazon Video, google play, itunes, vudu
Walt Disney Studios, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Film, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros. Entertainment have teamed up to offer Movies Anywhere, a service that provides access to stores for purchasing movies as well as a place to store and watch them. The access to stores is what differentiates this from Plex, as Amazon, Google, iTunes, and Vudu all use the same DRM technology this new service will show you the results of a movie search on all four of those providers and let you purchase them using your existing accounts. If you link those accounts to your Movies Anywhere account, any previously purchased movies will appear under your new account. Currently there is an offer for a few free movies for those who sign up; there is no fee to do so. Check out more information at Ars Technica.
"Signing up for a Movies Anywhere account gives you access to the digital locker, which you can then populate with purchased or redeemed movies by logging in to the accounts you have with those online retailers."
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