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Now you can access the Vudu Streaming app via Facebook’s Oculus VR devices

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The Vudus streaming app is now supported on Facebook’s Oculus Quest 1 and Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality or VR devices.

The Vudu App is now supported on Oculus

A spokesman said The edge that more than a hundred 3D titles can now be purchased or rented.

The streaming service, owned by Fandango and purchased from Walmart in 2020, supports free, ad-supported movies and TV and purchase and rental.

In addition to the hundreds of titles available in the 3D app, the streaming service offers more than 200,000 titles to rent or buy to stream on other devices. It also has thousands of ad-supported titles. This is the first time that the streaming app can be used on VR devices.

The commercial head of the company, Kevin Shepela, said they are excited to work with Facebook’s Oculus to help transport fans to new worlds in the most immersive formats available.

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The spokesman for Fandango did not reveal whether it also planned to expand to other VR devices.

Following the acquisition of Vudu in 2020, Fandango discontinued its FandangoNow streaming service, indicating that it believed that Vudu was the obvious safe way forward in the streaming space, according to Engadget.

In addition to its rentals, Vudu emphasizes the massive number of 4K UHD titles it can stream far more than its rivals, though support for UHD streaming on other streaming platforms has grown in the last few years.

According to the Vudu spokesman, the movies that can be rented in 3D on Oculus include “Ready Player One” for $ 3.99, “The Meg” for $ 3.99, “Live Die Repeat” for $ 3.99, “Rampage “and for $ 3.99.

You can also get “The Lego Movie” for $ 3.99, “San Andreas” for $ 3.99, “Resident Evil: Retribution” for $ 4.99 and “X-Men: Days of Future Past” for $ 4 , 99.

It also includes “Jurassic World” for $ 4.99, “How to Train Your Dragon 2” for $ 4.99, “Saw: The Final Chapter” for $ 4.99, “Everest” for $ 4.99 and ” Minions “for $ 4.99

You can also get “Transformers: The Last Knight” for $ 4.99, “The Martian” for $ 4.99, “The Walk” for $ 4.99 and “The Boss Baby: Family Business” for $ 5.99 .

The streaming app also allows 3D movies and TV purchases as well as 2D and 3D bundles. You can buy “Gravity” and “Mad Max: Fury Road” in 3D for $ 14.99 and $ 19.99.

You can also get the bundles “Venom” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” can be purchased for $ 24.99 and $ 34.99 respectively according to Android Central.

Oculus Quest VR devices also have a list of training games which users can play to get in shape.

Also, Oculus Quest users can access their Facebook messenger through the device.

This is how Vudu works

What makes Vudu different from the rest of the streaming platforms is just a digital content delivery platform. You can create a free account and view the content for free with commercials.

You can purchase content at any time to view it via the app or a linked platform. You can also rent the content.

Vudu provides a simplified interface similar to Netflix. On the site you will see the categories at the top, e.g. “Movies”, “TV” and “My Vudu.”

“My Vudu” is where all your purchases and rentals can be viewed. It also has a quick tool to redeem a digital copy or code, and it gives you access to your account, settings, and support.

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