Warner Bros has released in the App Store the Warner Archive Instant Netflix-style streaming movie app to the iPad, giving iPad users access to its 80-year archive of classic movies. The collection has more than 500 movies and television programs that can be accessed for $9.99 per month.
The app also comes with a free two-week trial and includes closed captioning. If 10$ per month seems like a big price to pay, provided that itâ€™s by 2$ more expensive than a Netflix subscription, you can take the two-week trial to see some old movies in high quality and completely free. After that, you can decide if this service is for you or not. The app description goes like this in the App Store:
Speaking of the launch of the new app, George Feltenstein, senior vice president of theatrical catalog marketing at Warner Bros. Digital Distribution said the following:
The app includes titles from MGM, RKO, New Line, Monogram, Allied Artists and Lorimar, among others. Sample titles include â€œThe Loved One,â€ â€œBells Are Ringing,â€ â€œThe Long, Long Trailer,â€ â€œZiegfeld Follies,â€ â€œDangerous Moneyâ€ and â€œThe Falconâ€™s Brotherâ€. Lovers of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall are invited to try out the Warner Archive Instant app by following the download link from iTunes.
Source: Warner Archive Instant in the AppStore
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