Quickflix is a go for Xbox

The popular video-on-demand app is now available from the Xbox Marketplace, along with Wall Street Journal's WSJ Live app.

(Credit: CNET Australia)

A few months back, Xbox announced that the Quickflix service — already available on a number of smart TVs and other home entertainment devices — would be arriving on Xbox in September. Apparently, that September has finally arrived, with Xbox revealing that the Quickflix app can now be downloaded from the Xbox Marketplace for both Australia and New Zealand.

Quickflix subscription costs AU$14.99 a month for unlimited streaming of TV episodes and movies.

It's joined by the slightly less exciting — although no less useful — WSJ Live app, which will make available original programming from over 2000 Wall Street Journal journalists across the globe, including four hours of live broadcast a day. This classes up the Microsoft Xbox immeasurably.

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LukeA1 posted a comment   

XBox 360 Quickflix is nice to have but it's equivalent of going to the video store and the only thing they have to offer are weekly rentals from the early 90's, 80's and reruns of bbc tv dramas (unless you want to head for the pay per view option for new stuff). Foxtel for Xbox 360 Subscription is miles ahead of Quickflix on Xbox.

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