Owning digital movies has many advantages over physical media, such as: For example, easy access and a variety of online stores that you can turn to. There is Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu and the list goes on. However, this results in fragmented video libraries, as opposed to DVDs and Blu-rays that can be stored together. Surprisingly, YouTube is an app that lets you consolidate your collection online.
Yes, you can download most of your purchased digital video and organize it on a hard disk. But if you're mainly streaming your content, YouTube is a great way to get organized thanks to the Movies Anywhere service.
Cloud-based Movies Anywhere is a digital locker where you can store, stream and download movies. I have bought Amazon Prime Video, Fandango Now, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Movies & TV, Vudu and Xfinity. If your accounts for these services are linked to Movies Anywhere, any compatible movies * you've purchased will appear in each app for all these services.
YouTube is an app that is a logical choice to collect your digital movies in one place on almost every smartphone. Although not on the list of supported providers, it is owned by Google and is the basis for watching video content on Google Play. Therefore, it will continue to work.
: Sign in to Movies Anywhere
Movies Anywhere is available on iOS 9 or later iPhones and Android smartphones (it varies from device to device). Install the app, open it and connect to either Facebook or Google or create an account with your email address, name and strong password . If you already have an account with Movies Anywhere, sign in.
- Install Movies Anywhere: iOS (Free) | Android (Free)