The best way to get movies on Windows Phones
HTC Watch Review
by on February 23, 2012
HTC Watch has endured a tough start in the UK – for so long it was an app that wouldn’t work on our fair shores, but thankfully that’s all over now.
It’s a simple system that will have you renting or buying or movies easily and the breadth of titles on offer isn’t too bad already – it might not be rivalling the likes of Apple, but if you’re after a way to watch new vids, then this isn’t a bad way to start.
But like Apple, there are some limitations we’re not so excited about. For instance, the choice to rent or buy isn’t always there for every film – we know this is because of deals struck with the film distributors, but it’s annoying to have to check each time.
The good news is you can also pump the content to larger screens through the HTC Connect app – you’ll need a connected TV, but after that you’re off and away.
Managing your videos is simple as well, with the app seemingly ramming them down your throat every time you open the application… but we doubt many will have too many films on the go at once.
A decent app and the best way to get films on Microsoft’s platform… as long as you’ve got an HTC phone.
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