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T-Mobile subscribers will be able get $4 ‘Deadpool 2’ tickets on May 15

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

T-Mobile subscribers will be able to grab one $4 ticket each to "Deadpool 2" in the carrier's T-Mobile Tuesdays app on Tuesday, May 15. The vouchers can be redeemed on Atom Tickets starting on May 18, the day the movie releases in theaters. The "un-carrier" also announced two Deadpool-themed contests in which entrants can win a trip to New York for an advance screening of the film or free movie tickets for a year.

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T-Mobile subscribers will be able get $4 'Deadpool 2' tickets on May 15 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Play Movies v4.3 prepares configuration options for streaming services [APK Teardown]

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Google recently launched a new feature that suggests various streaming services when you're looking at TV shows and movies to watch. The latest update doesn't appear to do any more than ensure that feature is available, assuming it hadn't already rolled out to you. However, it looks like there's still a little more to come. It looks like we'll also get the option to configure those streaming services and cable subscriptions to get better suggestions.

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Google Play Movies v4.3 prepares configuration options for streaming services [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] MoviePass offering annual subscription at $6.95 per month for a limited time (regularly $9.95/month)

Friday, March 23rd, 2018

If there's one certainty in life, it's that movie tickets will keep getting more expensive. If you're willing to adjust your habits slightly, MoviePass can save you some cash. This app-based cinema subscription service usually costs about $10 per month for up to one movie every day, but for a limited time, you can get it for just $6.95 per month. There are some caveats, but that's a good deal.

MoviePass works in 91% of US theaters, so you should be able to find one nearby.

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[Deal Alert] MoviePass offering annual subscription at $6.95 per month for a limited time (regularly $9.95/month) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Photos v3.16 hints at new movie editor, improvements to search, and more [APK Teardown]

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

An update to Google Photos landed earlier today. So far, we haven't come across any visible changes, but there are a few topics for a teardown. Hints can be found suggesting Google may be building a new movie editor. Improvements to the search interface could be forthcoming, as are helpful suggestions about features that may not be obvious to all users. As always, a link to the latest updates is available at the bottom.

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Google Photos v3.16 hints at new movie editor, improvements to search, and more [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Movies Anywhere adds FandangoNOW to bolster its growing library

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

Back in October last year, we heard about a new service from Disney that would offer a one-stop digital library for movie content you had already bought. Movies Anywhere combines your purchases from iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Vudu. The platform just announced its latest expansion, adding FandangoNOW to its list of connected retailers.

The library now has almost 7,500 film titles to choose from, including Star Wars: The Last Jedi which has just become available.

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Movies Anywhere adds FandangoNOW to bolster its growing library was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Movies Anywhere adds FandangoNOW to bolster its growing library

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

Back in October last year, we heard about a new service from Disney that would offer a one-stop digital library for movie content you had already bought. Movies Anywhere combines your purchases from iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Vudu. The platform just announced its latest expansion, adding FandangoNOW to its list of connected retailers.

The library now has almost 7,500 film titles to choose from, including Star Wars: The Last Jedi which has just become available.

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Movies Anywhere adds FandangoNOW to bolster its growing library was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Play Movies & TV v4.2 switches to bottom nav bar, adds Certified Fresh ratings, and hints at all-new Guide screen [APK Teardown]

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

The latest version of Google Play Movies & TV is making the rounds, and this one has quite a bit to discuss. There are several surface-level changes, including a new bottom nav bar, improved support for Rotten Tomatoes, and even some rearrangements to the screens in the app. Digging a bit deeper, we can also see there's a new Guide screen in development, some degree of support for external content providers, and even a rating system for content.

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Play Movies & TV v4.2 switches to bottom nav bar, adds Certified Fresh ratings, and hints at all-new Guide screen [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Flixster has officially shut down today (February 20th)

Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

After a decade of operation, Flixster is calling it quits today. The company has been warning registered users via email in recent months, so this won't come as a surprise. You can't stream your digital movies at all anymore, and the website is no longer operational. If you haven't saved your movie library to another platform, you may still have a shot.

Flixster was bought by Fandango in 2016, and the shutdown process started last fall.

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Flixster has officially shut down today (February 20th) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

MoviePass lowers its subscription plan to $7.95/month for a limited time, includes a free year of Fandor

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

If you're a frequent patron of your local cinemas, you've likely heard of MoviePass, the service that gives you a movie theater ticket a day (with restrictions, of course) for a monthly cost. If you haven't heard of the service before or aren't generally interested in enduring the inconveniences involved with going to a theater, maybe this will pique your interest: MoviePass has lowered its price from $9.95 per month to $7.95 per month, which works out to $95.40 per year, plus a processing fee ($115.35 total).

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MoviePass lowers its subscription plan to $7.95/month for a limited time, includes a free year of Fandor was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google opens the door to on-demand, personalized movies, adds Valentine’s Day theme

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

Google's been playing around with its "Movie Concepts" montages in Google Photos for a year and a half now. In that time the app has brought us cats, smiles, holidays, and more, all based on the photos we take. But that's all been an automatic process almost entirely outside our control, with some people never even seeing these videos. All that changes today, as Google has now given us the ability to make our own themed movies in Google Photos.

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Google opens the door to on-demand, personalized movies, adds Valentine's Day theme was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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