Microsoft may poke Netflix and Amazon Prime Video as MoviePass passes away

As Microsoft’s Windows Mobile OS is now in its deathbed, Microsoft has thrown all its apps from Edge Browser and Arrow Launcher to an app with links to all the other Microsoft apps into Google’s Android, Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Apple’s iOS.

Microsoft is now thinking of adding another app to its collection and this time it will be about Movies & TV. At the moment it only works on Windows 10 PCs, Xbox and Windows 10 Mobile but according to engadget and Windows Central, this might change and as a result the app might be available on all platforms.

Additionally, Microsoft is said to be joining the Movies Anywhere program as well, which is an app that lets you watch videos purchased from a variety of different stores (Apple iTunes, Amazon Prime Videos, and Google Play just to name a few) all on one platform. Disney’s Movies Anywhere did drop the Microsoft store a year or so ago, but it could have a change of heart with its revamped digital locker. Having Movies & TV in the mix gives consumers more reason to purchase their videos from Microsoft versus other services. And seeing as the company’s own personnel agrees with the sentiment, we expect that this one will probably be a reality sooner than later.


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