Cinemagia App for Windows 8, 10 Receives Fresh Update

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Windows 8, RT and Windows 8.1 users from Romania can now go ahead and downloaded the updated Cinemagia app to follow the latest movies, read news and whatnot from the world of movie. Read below for more details on this.
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Windows 8 is pretty much loved in Romania, and we’ve seen such important apps in the apps getting released on the Windows Store, such as Digi Online by the RCS & RDS network environment and the official Windows 8 Enel app to manage your bills and send your index in time. Cinemagia, probably the biggest and most important name when it comes to covering movies for the Romanian public, has released its Windows 8 app for quite a while now in the Windows Store, but now it has received some new features.

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According to the latest version of the Cinemagia app for Windows 8 which has been detailed on its official changelog, you can now login by using your Microsoft, Facebook or Google credentials. Also, a good number of various other bug fixes which were annoying users has now been fixed, so you can go ahead and follow the download link at the end of the article to get the latest, polished version of this awesome looking Windows 8 app for movie lovers.

windows 8 cinemagia appwindows 8 cinemagiaIt only has a size of 5 megabytes and is available only in Romanian language. By using it, you can get the entire program of cinema’s schedule and also of TV channels. The app also contains daily news related to the movie industry. Even more, you can even buy tickets to partnering movie houses straight from within the app. This app is especially aimed at Windows 8 touch devices, but it works just as great with the mouse and keyboard.

Download Cinemagia app for Windows 8, Windows 8.1

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