Remember flocking to the nearest video rental shop just so you could glance through the cases of DVDs of the latest movies? Remember how oddly satisfying it was to look at these beautifully stacked cases? Well, you can still do that today--digitally! The essence is still the same, you get a lot of bang for your buck since you can watch movies online for just a fraction of its price. Thanks to these apps, renting movies online has never been this easier. So, while it is good to own a copy of your favorite movie, renting may come in handy for those who just like to casually explore new films without breaking their bank!
Some people think that iTunes is only for Apple users but the truth is, it's a universal app for everybody since you can also install it on your PC that runs on Windows and it just makes it one of the best ways to rent movies online! In terms of catalog, it carries a lot of popular titles just as Amazon Prime Video does. You can watch the movie for 48 hours after renting it!
While we all know Netflix as a streaming giant that has become part of our daily lives, did you know that it still delivers DVDs up to date? And yes, you can expect DVDs in your mails when you pay a separate subscription for a DVD plan. Upon subscribing, it will let you rent one (or two) disc at a time depending on the premium you are getting. If that doesn't make Netflix one of the best movie renting apps out there, we don't know what. Try it today!
Even before Redbox started offering free access to stream live television, it really started as a movie-renting company. And this isn't your typical movie-renting app that lets your 'borrow' something digitally because you can actually rent and pick up movies at certain Redbox stall nearby you. Movies are available in DVD format, or if you fancy HD ones, they also offer 4K UHD. How cool, right?
Amazon Prime Video is classic. So much so that its name speaks for itself. If you subscribe to the Amazon Prime service, you actually a lot of bang for your buck since you get a bunch of free movies. But since you are here to scout for the best movie rental services, Amazon Video still holds a place in everyone's mind. As usual, you have 48 hours to finish the video you are renting.
Folks, don't mix this up with Fandango where you used to purchase your tickets to the movies. FandangoNOW is a digital entertainment portal where you can actually rent movies online and watch them later, depending on your availability. Watch out for discounts because some people were able to avail of the 20% rental discount after creating a new account.
At its price point, Vudu is on par with the other best movie rental services, and that just means they are not offering movies at exorbitant prices. We personally recommend you trying this app if you love movies in the 2000s era. By the way, Vudu is owned by Walmart so you can be sure of its authenticity.
Just like iTunes, Google Play Movies & TV isn't just for Android users. iPhone (or iPad) users may also opt to resort to this app for their movie rental needs. For Apple users out there, did you know that when you are signed in on your YouTube app, it lets you find your purchased movies via Google Play Store? Try it to believe it.
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