Barnes & Noble Releases NOOK Video App for iOS

Posted August 19, 2013 at 2:52pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 8202 views

Barnes & Noble has released a new NOOK video app for iOS which lets users buy or rent movies and TV shows.

Watch movies & TV shows instantly with NOOK Video for iOS—no subscription required! You can buy or rent and then stream or download across any iOS device. If you have an UltraViolet Collection, it’s accessible, too!

NOOK Video offers everything from the latest Hollywood blockbusters to independent films and family favorites. Prefer something shorter? Get single episodes or full seasons of popular TV shows! New releases are available the same day or even before they’re released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.


Features
• Thousands of movies and TV shows available—ad free—to stream or download.
• Stream over Wi-Fi or your 3G/4G network.
• Get the hottest Hollywood releases the same day they’re released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc™ and in some cases even earlier!
• Rent or buy movies and TV shows in standard or high definition.
• Take advantage of our NOOK Video apps for other platforms - and sync your videos across multiple devices.
• Access your UltraViolet™ Collection of movies and TV shows to stream instantly, or download for offline viewing.
• Start streaming your content on one device and pick up where you left off on your NOOK HD, HD+ and other NOOK Video apps. Miss something? Use the 30-
second quick rewind.

You can download NOOK Video from the App Store for free.

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