Watching online videos

Feb 15, 2013
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Do you guys know a program that allows me to watch vídeos online directly in my iPad?


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Feb 3, 2013
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Have you tried Netflix? I'm not a pro movie watcher but they say that this app is good.
 

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FYI. Redbox now has a streaming app also.


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FYI. Redbox now has a streaming app also.
I got in on the beta for Redbox.. The app is pretty nice and the selection is decent. I like the fact that they give you 4 credit per month to get a regular DVD..

One issue though.. If you are jail broken the app will not initialize as it will detect the jailbreak. BUT a simple install of xCon from Cydia solves that issue and the app works fine after that..
 
Feb 26, 2013
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Amazon Instant Video works very well on the iPad. You can access your video library, rent from Amazon, or watch Prime videos. I prefer Amazon Instant Video and Netflix on my iPad to any other medium including an HD widescreen TV.


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I got in on the beta for Redbox.. The app is pretty nice and the selection is decent. I like the fact that they give you 4 credit per month to get a regular DVD..

One issue though.. If you are jail broken the app will not initialize as it will detect the jailbreak. BUT a simple install of xCon from Cydia solves that issue and the app works fine after that..
Exactly. I was pretty surprised that xCon worked on such a new app.
 

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Personally, i don't like a RedBox... Selection is poor.

If they offer the same selection available at their kiosks, they may successfuly compete with Netflix.
 

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Personally, i don't like a RedBox... Selection is poor.

If they offer the same selection available at their kiosks, they may successfuly compete with Netflix.
I like Redbox for current movies and the price cannot be beat. I use it with a Netflix streaming plan. Too many times we'd receive those red Netflix envelopes and never get around to watching the movies.
 

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If you log into your RedBox account you can select streaming only (no DVD credits) for $6 a month.. :)
 

dadapaku

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RedBox account you can select streaming only (no DVD credits) for $6 a month.