The Best Apps For Film And For Watching TV And Movies

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With our busy and hectic lifestyles and jam-packed personal lives it’s easy for us to miss out on the films and shows we love so much. And while TV catch-up and other services are useful, they don’t allow you to enjoy your favourites while you’re on the move from a simple touch of your mobile phone. For simplicity and flexibility like that, you need to invest in the best film and TV apps around so that your mobile experience is a good high quality one.

A brilliant app definitely worth your time is MovieQuest. This easy-to-use fully-featured widget lets you stream movies effortlessly to your mobile phone. Furthermore, not only does it have an enormous selection of movie titles, but it also categorises them for you – meaning that finding your favourites is even simpler than before. Although this is currently only available to iOS systems it is an app that every serious movie fanatic should have downloaded to their phone. It will not disappoint.

Another fantastic app is of course Netflix; many would rightly assume that this app goes without saying, but it’s still important to cover exactly what you get from this service. For a small subscription fee each month you receive unlimited access to all the shows and films you love, which is pretty impressive for saying how many films and TV programmes you can watch in one month for such a low cost. Moreover, this app is completely free to download on the iPhone 5 or any other mobile, meaning that no extra cost is added to your subscription pay outs. There’s really no reason not to install and try this app, many others have and they are benefiting from seamlessly watching whatever they want from wherever they are. It really is like having your TV and DVD player combined in one easy-to-carry device.




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Alton loves film. He is founder and Editor In Chief of BRWC.  Some of the films he loves are Rear Window, Superman 2, The Man With The Two Brains, Clockwise, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Trading Places, Stir Crazy and Punch-Drunk Love.

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