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Are you so stuck on movies that you need to be able to watch them at all times, wherever you find yourself? Perhaps...
Are you so stuck on movies that you need to be able to watch them at all times, wherever you find yourself? Perhaps you take the train or fly a lot and are not satisfied with the on-board entertainment. Maybe you just need to stay up to date on the latest in movie news. If so, watching movies and accessing movie-centred apps on your iPhone or iPad may be your solution for Hollywood withdrawal syndrome. Luckily, there are plenty of free and inexpensive film-lover’s apps for your iPhone and iPad.
Netflix: If you’re a Netflix member, you already know how this works. The Netflix app is a perfect way to enjoy the largest collection of streaming movies on the web.
IMDB: Any film buff worth their salt visits the IMDB site on the regular. Access the largest collection of film and TV information and watch the latest trailers on the go with this convenient app.
Plex: This media server app is a great tool for people with lots of films on their home computer. Plex allows you to easily sync and stream media content from your computer to your iPhone or iPad. Perfect for use with Plex Media Center.
iTunes Movie Trailers: An obvious choice, perhaps, but undoubtedly a great way to keep up to date with the latest coming attractions in full-HD, which may not matter on a small iPhone screen, but is greatly appreciated on larger iPads. Includes ticket info and release calendar.
tvtag (formerly GetGlue): Yes, it’s called “tvtag,” but it works for movies too. Formerly known as GetGlue, this social app keeps you informed and lets you connect with other fans. Features include commenting, chat, watch now links, recaps, and exclusive content.
Movies by Flixter, with Rotten Tomatoes: Linked to Rotten Tomatoes, the top movie review site, Flixter’s app provides reviews and high-quality trailers and enables movie streaming and downloading via your Ultra Violet collection. You can also use it to manage your Netflix queue.
Fandango: The leading app for movie tickets, Fandango allows you to order tickets and store them in your iOS Passbook for scanning at the cinema. It also provides special content, including original videos for viewing on your iPad.
Trailerpop: A fun movie trivia app that lets you compete against friends, strangers, and even celebrities for the opportunity to win prizes. Trailerpop is a great time-killer for movie buffs. Integrated with iTunes, Netflix, and Fandango, and you can also use it to (duh) watch trailers.
HBO GO: HBO’s new foray into the mobile streaming world, this app requires a subscription to enjoy content, which is divided into Movies, Series, Comedy, Sports, Documentaries, and Late Night categories. If you love Home Box Office content, HBO GO might be just the thing for you.
My Movies: A multi-tool app that helps you create and keep track of your movie library and My Movies’ collection of over 800k titles. It enables you to share films with others, use your iPhone as a remote control, and it conveniently keeps your account on a central server, so your collection is not tied to a single device. The Pro version contains a host of other features for the true movie nerd.
Know of any other cool iPhone movie apps? Let us know in the comments section!