About a month after launching a movie streaming app for Android, BlackBerry, WebOS, and iPhone, mSpot has launched a new version optimized for the Apple iPad. What sets mSpot’s service apart from other solutions such as the Netflix iPad app is that mSpot doesn’t charge a monthly fee — instead you can rent movies for between $2.99 and $3.99.
Once you rent a video, you can immediately start streaming it to your mobile device.
The service works over WiFi or 3G connections, although you’ll typically get higher quality video streams over WiFi. The company also has a web site at mSpotMovies.com which lets you rent and watch movies on a PC. If you have the mobile app, you can also start watching movies on a PC, hit pause, and resume where you left off on a mobile device — or vice versa.
The folks at mSpot have put together a video showing how the new iPad app stacks up against the Netflix app for iPad, which you can check out below. It might be a little biased, but it also gives you an idea of how the app works. Update: The video has been removed
The mSpot movies app for iPad is available as a free download from the App Store.
It looks like they have a pretty decent selection of recent movies, but I
didn't look too extensively.
Any idea how the content selection stacks up?
I'll have to check out mSpout and sees how it stacks up against iTunes on my iPad.
And why on earth is this announced on Android site?
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