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20th Century Fox Bringing Movie Downloads to Android

By Anton D. Nagy July 24, 2011, 2:31 am

If Google's movie rental offering, Netflix and Hulu are not enough for your video needs on your Android phone you'll be happy to find out that Twentieth Century Fox will be bringing movie downloads to Google-powered devices.

Starting October, buying a high-definition 20th Century Fox movie on a Blu-ray disc will allow you to download a digital copy of the film which you can then load to your Android device. First title to support this will be X-Men: First Class and the offering will be available in available in the US, UK, France and Germany.

Vincent Marcais, senior vice-president for marketing at Twentieth Century Fox International Home Entertainment, said that "given its strong growth as a mobile operating system, the support for Android is an important move for us because it further enhances Blu-ray discs as the best way to get your movies to all your screens".


Source: Financial Times

Via: AndroidCentral


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