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Movies Anywhere app comes to Xbox

16 Sep 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |

Movies Anywhere, the digital movie locker service for the US, is now available on Xbox One and Xbox Series consoles, with support for up to 4K Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos streaming.

Movies Anywhere on Xbox

After a recent expansion to Smart TVs from LG, Samsung and Vizio, the Movies Anywhere app is now also available on Xbox game consoles from Microsoft – but not yet Sony's PlayStation. Movies Anywhere is a digital movie locker that links to Amazon Video, Apple TV (iTunes), Google Play Movies, Microsoft Movies, and Vudu. Movies from Disney, Sony Pictures, Universal, and Warner Bros purchased on any of the aforementioned VOD services will show up in the Movies Anywhere app. Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM have yet to join the initiative.

Movies Anywhere Xbox

The Movies Anywhere app is available on Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. Xbox consoles, except the original Xbox One, support streaming from Movies Anywhere in up to 4K Dolby Vision (and HDR10) as well as Dolby Atmos. The Xbox app also supports the service's new Watch Together and Screen Pass features. Movies Anywhere was launched in 2017 and is available only in the US, with no announced plans for an international expansion.

Movies Anywhere – supported TV devices

Apple TV: Apple TV 4th generation or later Amazon: Fire TV/Fire TV Stick 2nd and 3rd Generation or later Android TV: Including but not limited to the following: Sony Bravia TVs (with Android TV) TCL TVs (with Roku or Android TV) Hisense TVs (with Roku or Android TV) TiVo (with Android TV) AT&T TV (with Android TV) TVision (with Android TV) Sharp TVs (with Android TV) Philips TVs (with Android TV) Air TV (with Android TV) Epson projectors (with Android TV) Nvidia Shield TV (Android OS 5.1 or later and Google Play services 7.3 or later) Mi Box S and projectors (with Android TV) Skyworth TVs (with Android TV) Roku: Including but not limited to the following: Roku Express, 3700X Roku Express+, 3710X Roku Streaming Stick®, 3600X Roku 4, 4400X Roku Premiere, 4620X Roku Premiere+, 4630X Roku Ultra, 4640X Roku TV, 5000X 4K Roku TV, 6000X, 7000X LG TV: 2017 models and newer LG Projectors: 2020 models and newer VIZIO SmartCast TV: 2017 models and newer; 4K SmartCast TV models released in 2016 Samsung Smart TV: 2017 models and newer Xbox: Xbox One, Xbox One X|S, Xbox Series X|S AirPlay: Movie playback is available using AirPlay Mirroring from a compatible computer or device on the same Wi-Fi network. Chromecast: Movies Anywhere content is available to stream on Chromecast via Chrome Browser on the PC, and Android or Apple devices via the Movies Anywhere App.

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