We’ve been getting to hear a lot from Microsoft about its new unified app store, and the company has finally begun testing a section of its Windows 10 store that includes movies and TV shows.
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The company plans to add music too, and the unified store is part of its plan to make content more easily available on mobiles, PCs, tablets and its Xbox One gaming console.
Windows Insider running the latest build of the Windows 10 will be able to browse and search for videos, rent or purchase movies & TV shows and play them in the new Video Preview app.
Microsoft does say the experience is still unfinished, such as the lack of movie and TV series details like cast and crew. All users will be able to do is stream video right now, but the company adds that offline downloading capability will be coming soon.
[via: Windows Blog]

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