Unfortunately, that's not possible and is something we all have to deal with. I have kept my digital content pretty much to just two storefronts -- iTunes and Vudu -- so at least it's a little easier for titles that are not supported by Movies Anywhere. At least since Apple added an ATV app to Roku I can access everything from all my hardware platforms except one -- my Android smartphone cannot access iTunes content. That's not a big deal for me, since I usually bring along my iPad when we are traveling.Yep, the Vudu app on my ATV4K. And is it the end of the world? Of course not, but for me it's a PITA to not have my entire digital library under ONE roof. Separate apps on the same device don't qualify.
Can you explain this service please? I went to Vudu and found nothing on this program.Had my first experience w/ the Vudu disc plus digital program this past week. It went pretty smooth. Ordered Saturday showed up today. They had the Blu-ray Complete Series of Community for a little over $39. The box set doesn't contain a digital code so for the price I would have paid for just the physical set I also have it digital too.
That screenshot is from the mobile site on my iPhone.They don't have that on the mobile site. They have disc TO digital. I guess to see what is available collectively you have to go to the web site via desktop.
So, it won't port over to iTunes?Knives Out now available on Vudu Disc plus Digital for $24.99. Terrific price for a tremendously entertaining film. One of the years best.
By the way, It is NOT MA compatible.
HAHA!! But, as I've mentioned before, one of the benefits (for me) of the Disc + Digital program at Vudu is the ability to SELL the physical copy (along with the included code) if i don't feel the need to have the title on disc. So, in a scenario like that, the fenced in pre-release Vudu digital copy is a big PITA. I may have told YOU this about a million times, Tino.It does. And I think Doug know that as I’ve only told him a million times!