Microsoft may soon extend its Movies & TV app beyond the Windows 10 hub.The app currently works on Windows 10 PCs, Xbox, and Windows 10 Mobile. However, the company is mulling a launch on iOS and Android, Engadget reported.Once launched, it will allow you to watch content you purchased from the Microsoft store on the device of your choice.Microsoft is also expected to join the Movies Anywhere program that adds more flexibility in content consumption. You can watch videos purchased from a different stores all on one platform.
Microsoft is working to bring another Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile app to Android and iOS, as the company wants to make its services available to all users regardless of the platform.
Microsoft is reportedly working on launching its "Movies & TV" app -- only available on Windows-based platforms like Windows 10 PC, Xbox and Windows 10 Mobile -- on Android and iOS-based platforms.
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If you're looking for a great [and aging] flagship Android smartphone, B&H Photo is currently running a pretty good deal on the original Google Pixel. The Pixel launched in late 2016 and brought with it a sleek new design direction for Google's first-party smartphones and introduced us to Google's spectacular camera system.
Fans of detailed soccer games may be familiar with New Star Soccer, and will be glad to know that the sequel, New Star Soccer Manager, will be coming to Android. This game will mostly put you in the role of a soccer manager, modifying and erecting stadiums, managing teams’ strategies, changing rosters and otherwise taking
Some Android apps are spying on everything you do on your phone, according to a new study by researchers at Northeastern University.
“Old School RuneScape” is making its way to mobile devices now, beginning with the debut of the open beta for those on Android devices. As of today, players can sign up for the game and give it a try ahead of its full release. The mobile iteration of “RuneScape” is exactly as its title describes:
Soon it may not require Windows 10 Mobile to watch content from Microsoft's store.
Microsoft may have gotten out of the digital music business by killing its Groove Music app, but the company continues to sell movies and TV shows through the Microsoft Store. There’s one small catch though: you can only watch them on Windows devices including a Windows PC, a Windows 10 Mobile phone, or an Xbox
Whenever Google drops a new developer preview on us, comment sections tend to fill up with, “Is it stable enough for daily use?” With most releases, it’s pretty obvious up front whether or not you should be using the latest preview or Android beta on your daily device. However, with Android P Developer Preview 4 … Continued