Vudu is an American digital video store and streaming service. It is part of a joint venture between Fandango Media, NBCUniversal and Warner Bros. Discovery. You can purchase movies, TV shows, and music at Vudu.com, or subscribe to its service to stream the latest releases. The service offers over 30 million titles for viewing and downloading. It is available in English, Spanish, and Chinese. In addition to DVDs, it also sells music.
The Vudu app lets you sort through its content by genre and price. All categories are categorized on the toolbar, along with search and rating. Other useful features of the toolbar include My Vudu, Spotlight, Movies, TV, and Free. You can also access the main menu by tapping on Settings and Search. The Vudu app is available in the Apple Store, Google Play, and the Google Play store.
There is a huge selection of movies and TV shows on Vudu. It has over 24,000 titles in its catalog, which includes major motion pictures, independent films, documentaries, and children’s programming. The site has content licensing agreements with all major movie studios and over fifty smaller independent movie studios. Videos and films can be watched in standard definition, high definition, and 4K ultra high definition. You can even stream content in Dolby Atmos or Dolby Vision, depending on your device.
Walmart launched Vudu in 2010, and it has since been a major competitor to other streaming services. Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft have all launched similar services. While these services were built to be used by consumers, Vudu was designed to be a free alternative for people looking to cut their cords. Many movies and TV shows are available for rent or purchase, and some are free to watch with ads. With no monthly subscription and a huge library, Vudu is a great alternative to traditional television and movie rental.