Xbox 360 Gets Transferable Movie Rentals in the Latest Update

By   /   Apr 1, 2014

Microsoft has released a new update for the Xbox 360 which adds a feature that will let you rent a movie from the Xbox Video on your console, and then you will be able to watch it on your mobile phone or laptop, etc.

According to Major Nelson Twitter account:

Other than adding the rent able movie feature, the update mostly focuses on fixing just the back end issues faced by the users on the Xbox 360 Dashboard.

Moreover, new update for the Xbox One is scheduled to release this April, which will introduce a number of new features to the console. These monthly dashboard updates will continue and will add multiple new fan favorite apps and features on the way.

Last update was released at the start of March to get Xbox One ready for Titanfall.

Are you looking forward to watch rent able movies on your mobile phones, tablet and Laptops? Are you going to switch to Xbox One soon? Share your thoughts with us in the comments’ section!

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