Earlier this month, popular UltraViolet video locker service VUDU announced a beta program for testing Chromecast support. Just as promised, VUDU for Chromecast has graduated from beta and is now available on the Google Play Store, making VUDU the only UltraViolet provider with Chromecast support.
For those not aware, UltraViolet is the primary method for obtaining digital copies of purchased DVD’s and BLU-ray discs. Any UltraViolet account can be blinked to VUDU, instantly allowing your to watch your purchased movies and TV shows on Chromecast.
If you don’t already have a VUDU account, you can visit VUDU.com and sign up for a free account. If you add your billing information, you’ll get 5 free HD movies to help you get your account started. Not bad, especially for those that are looking to cut the cord.
Download VUDU on the Google Play Store.
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