Redbox Released Android App and Updated iPhone App
Movie rental company Redbox announced today that it has launched a new application for Android that will allow its customers to look through the titles available, and is one of the kiosks around the U.S., and booking films application. It has also updated its iPhone application to make software more responsive to users when they rent movies. The application also now supports box art.
The application works with phones running Android platform 1.6 and higher, and is available for free download on the Android Market. Allows users to browse the titles on the newsstands and the reserve near instantly. The iPhone 2.0 Application features box art film and loads of up to 50% faster than the first version.
“The Android free RedBox implementation and update iPhone application to provide mobile users an interactive website to see and rent movies new version of any of our more than 26,000 locations across the country,” said Gary Cohen, senior vice president of marketing experience and customer service, RedBox. “Our online and mobile tools to instantly connect consumers to our offices nationwide at retail, delivering real-time access to inventory anywhere from virtually anywhere.”
In addition to service improvements in the business of mobile Redbox recently updated its website to help customers in choosing movies they want to see. Customers can reserve up to five movies at a time before they head down to your local newsstand to pick.