VUDU Unveils Major Upgrades: Adds HDX, Social Media to Streaming Content

admin | October 13, 2010 in VUDU,VUDU Apps | Comments (3)

Good news, everyone.  VUDU boxes just got more incredible.

The major set top box updates allow our most passionate VUDU customers to experience the full streaming VUDU capabilities enjoyed by our embedded partners’ HDTVs and Blu-Ray Players.  Sweet.

Here are some of the key updates we are rolling out:

  • VUDU Apps: Stream video, browse photos, listen to music on demand and more with a world of apps designed for your HDTV.
  • HDX: Watch HDX movies without waiting for them to download! (Requires minimum broadband internet connection of 4.5 Mbps).
  • Coming Attractions: The best part of the movies?  The previews!  Check out the latest Hollywood trailers directly through VUDU.
  • Social. Media. Tweet and Facebook your favorite flicks. Check out every Tomatometer movie score at Rotten Tomatoes before you rent. Access Wikipedia and the New York Times right on your TV.

The new VUDU experience is entirely streamed to your system so we are able to update and release new features instantly. So keep an eye out for more capabilities and improvements to the set top box.

Enough talk. What’s on the updated VUDU box? Oh yeah, everything.

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3 Responses to “VUDU Unveils Major Upgrades: Adds HDX, Social Media to Streaming Content”

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  1. Comment by Angelo A. — October 13, 2010 at 6:31 pm  

    Hey, VUDU!
    Thank you for all you do…… You never forget us set-top box people thank you. I hope you keep the update coming to us I love having the VUDU box! Movies look great on it and all friends love it to. I was thinking you should add more music apps! ex: SiriusXM, MOG, Slacker Radio
    Thank you again!
    Angelo

  2. Comment by wandySeptember 11, 2011 at 8:06 am  

    any news about adding youtube??

  3. Comment by LanceOctober 23, 2011 at 4:26 pm  

    When will there be an API for developer’s to query the available movies. YouTube, iTunes and Amazon all offer them. Why not Vudu?

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