Movies & TV app for Windows 10 updated with improved downloads

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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Microsoft  recently updated its Movies & TV Universal app with download improvements, good for all those Windows 10 users that have made it the number one choice when it comes to entertainment.

Thanks to this app, users can store and watch all your films and TV programs all in one place on all devices. The Movies & TV app brings you the latest entertainment in one simple, fast, and elegant app on Windows. You can play and manage videos from your personal collection at any given time. You have also access to premium content and play movies and TV programs you’ve purchased from the Movies & TV Store. You can also rent the latest hit movies and commercial-free TV shows from Microsoft and watch them using the Movies & TV app, at home or on the go.

This app features:

  • The latest blockbuster movies: watch the latest and biggest movies before they are on DVD or subscription services. And with bonus movie content, you’ll be able to enjoy additional features such as director’s commentaries, deleted scenes, and interviews with the cast and crew.

  • TV without commercials: you can access commercial-free TV shows the day after they air on broadcast networks. Buy single episodes, or buy a season pass to save up to 50% per episode and get the latest episodes automatically delivered to your library.

  • It’s easier with Xbox: with an Xbox and Kinect, you can use your voice to quickly control the action and search for movies and TV, or use gestures to navigate menus or control the videos on screen.

  • Have fun, get rewarded: with Xbox Live Rewards, get rewarded you for doing what you love. Rent or buy movies from Microsoft and we’ll deposit credits to your account that you can use to buy games, apps, music or even more movies and TV shows.

Give it a try: download the app from here.

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