Updated mSpot Movies adds download capabilities for offline viewing
Cloud entertainment provider mSpot introduced a revamped version of its mSpot Movies streaming video application that adds download capabilities enabling users to begin watching a film while the download is in progress, then finish their viewing session offline--for example, on an airplane.
The updated mSpot Movies will arrive in September, preloaded on Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad tablets. Users may rent single full-length films beginning as low as $1.99--mSpot also offers a Movie Club deal offering up to four titles for $4.99.
The mSpot Movies service first premiered in September 2010 and now offers support for more than 50 mobile devices as well as PCs. In addition, mSpot offers white-labeled cloud entertainment services across operators including Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ), AT&T (NYSE:T) and Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S), reaching more than 6 million mobile subscribers.
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