LG has announced the arrival of the Movies Anywhere app on LG Smart TVs (2017-2020 webOS models). For those who don’t already know, Movies Anywhere lets users access purchased or redeemed digital movies and combine them in one personal collection. LG says it is the first TV manufacturer to offer the streaming app, which consolidates in excess of 7,900 new-release and classic digital movies.
Movies Anywhere brings together movies from various studios and content providers including Sony Pictures Entertainment, Universal Pictures (including DreamWorks and Illumination Entertainment), The Walt Disney Studios (including Disney, Pixar, Twentieth Century Studios, Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm), and Warner Bros. Entertainment. The app enables consumers to sync digital retail accounts including Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu/Walmart, Xfinity, Google Play/YouTube, Microsoft Movies & TV, FandangoNOW and Verizon Fios TV, and build a movie collection “in seconds.”
In addition to streaming movies on LG Smart TVs, you can stream or download on LG smartphones and other devices at home and on-the-go, as well as through browsers. You can get more information from Movies Anywhere.
LG OLED TVs include support for the new Dolby Vision IQ high dynamic range capability and the UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode. With the webOS smart TV platform, new LG OLED and LG NanoCell 4K and 8K UHD TVs provide access to content from providers through popular apps and services such as Apple TV, Disney+, Movies Anywhere, Netflix and LG Channels. LG OLED TVs also feature Dolby Atmos immersive audio.
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