mSpot Offers $5 Streaming Movies to Mobile Phones
Today mSpot launched a new service that will stream full-length feature movies to cell phones. mPost has agreements in place with Paramount, Universal and Weinstein Co. studios, offering 300 movies in its catalog at launch. mSpot plans to have thousands of films available by the end of the year. mSpot said the service will work on 30 different handsets, including the Apple iPhone, and Blackberry and Android devices. mSpot said it has agreements with four U.S. network operators, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless, which have agreed to permit the service to use their networks. Movies are streamed to handsets on-demand and can be stopped and started as needed. Movies cost $5 and can be paid for via credit card. mSpot recommends users have unlimited data plans.
Google Lets Android Users Merge iTunes, Google Movie Libraries Into One
Google today announced a new service called Movies Anywhere, which allows people to bring together their movie collections from Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, and Vudu into a single library that can be accessed from any device. Google is launching Movies Anywhere in the U.S.
Google Play Store Begins Adding 4K Movies
Google today said the Google Play Movies & TV store is now offering a small selection of 4K (Ultra HD) movies. About 125 titles can be purchased or streamed in 4K.
Airplay Support Comes to Google Play Movies for iOS
Google has updated its Play Movies & TV app for iOS devices and added direct Airplay support for streaming to the Apple TV. Play Movies users have been able to push content to the Apple TV for a while, but it involved a workaround.
Skype Bringing 'Mojis' to Mobile Apps
Skype today revealed a new way for people to enliven their messages with what it calls Mojis. Mojis are short video clips pulled from popular movies and television shows such as The Muppets, Despicable Me, Bridesmaids, Pitch Perfect, and Jurassic Park that can be added to conversations.
Microsoft Adds Disney Anywhere Content to Movies & TV
Microsoft today announced a new partnership with Disney that adds content from the Disney Movies Anywhere service to Microsoft's Movies & TV video service. Microsoft says users who connect their Microsoft Movies & TV account with a Disney Movies Anywhere account will automatically see content cross-populate their libraries.
ive had mspot for a long time
3G data speeds aren't good enough for this.
Recently I have seriously been considering getting Verizon 4G for web browsing if they launch Las Vegas before the end of next year.