Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:16 am IST
Apps and services to watch your favourite movies
| by Naina Khedekar
If you are a total movie maniac, then you no longer have to walk down to a CD store or resort to some cheap pirated DVD, as there some handy apps and services available online. So you can watch all those rom-coms, action flicks, comedies, animations and more in the comfort of your home. You can stream, buy or even rent movies using online services and some cool smartphone apps on your Android and iOS devices. We have listed some options that movie freaks will surely find handy.
Bollywood flicks were recently added to Spuul for iOS
Movies on the go
Rent DVDs, Blu-ray discs
Stream HD movies, but not for free
If you can't wait for the 2 or 3 days of shipping time for the DVD or Bluray discs and want to watch movies instantly, then Hungama.com’s Movies Unlimited lets users stream movies for just Rs. 149 per month. You will see a list of Bollywood movies you can download and also a coming soon list featuring movies that will hit the streaming list soon. If you want to view movies in HD, then you will also find HD Movies Unlimited streaming option that costs Rs. 249 per month.
Box Office on your PC
Now, if you don’t want to buy a DVD or Blu-ray disc or subscribe to live or on-demand streaming TV service, then you can watch Indian movies for free via the YouTube Box Office channel. YouTube Movies also has a decent collection and you can watch movies right on your computer screen. YouTube Box Office is a free service in partnership with Intel, so expect some advertisements. While YouTube Movies has a vast collection segregated in separate genres, Youtube also adds movie trivia quiz to keep users hooked to the Box Office.
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