Just a little blog post to announce the new UK version of Moreflicks! We already have a facebook and twitter running so please head over and show your support.
This site will be specifically for UK users, searching UK Streaming sites and giving you content which can be streamed or downloaded. We will have BBC’s iPlayer available so you’ll be able to get to the latest Dr. Who.
We want to know what you think about our new idea. Let us know. We will let you know as soon as the website becomes live and you are able to access and use the site yourselves.
Just 10 days after Amazons’ announcement that they have secured the streaming rights for much loved British drama Downton Abbey, it looks like they have nailed another exclusive content deal. Continue reading →
In 2010 Amazon created Amazon Studios and earlier this year they announced that they would begin producing original, scripted content. Today, they revealed a slate of six comedy shows that could end up on Amazon Instant Video and the UK’s Lovefilm. Continue reading →
Whilst iPad owners have been gloating for so long that they were the only ones to have this, now iPhone and iPod Touch users can cry with glee. Amazon have confirmed that its Instant Video app is now available for two of Apple’s more popular iOS products. Continue reading →
Amazon has axed its monthly Prime program, freezing the $7.99 scheme for discounted shipping and streaming video access, having described it as merely a “test” versus annual membership. As we reported previously, the scheme was initially seen as an attempt by Amazon to challenge Netflix and Hulu Plus with a month-to-month on-demand media alternative, but the retailer confirmed to AllThingsD that it was no longer accepting new sign-ups. Continue reading →
Video on demand services, don’t expect Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, and Netflix to work on day one. Nintendo now says that these services will be available “in the coming weeks.” How long away that means we don’t know, but they sure won’t be ready for November 18th. Continue reading →
Hacking Netflix has been quick on the ball to notice that that Amazon is now testing a $7.99 per month Prime subscription (instead of $79 per year), a price that is very familiar to Netflix and Hulu Plus subscribers.One of their readers was able to confirm the pricing on the Amazon website and captured a screen shot: