Five new apps on Xbox One: Pandora, Vevo, Bravo, Telemundo, and Popcornflix

PANDORA and five more apps for Xbox One

Microsoft announces today that five new apps are arriving to Xbox One, including Pandora, Vevo, Bravo Now, Telemundo Now, and Popcornflix.

Below are more details about each app:

  • Pandora: Everyone knows Pandora, the free music streaming service. Now you can start playing your favorite tunes by typing the name of your favorite artists, songs, genres or composers. You can also create personalized stations. You can even play music while playing games by simply snapping Pandora during gameplay.
  • Vevo: Vevo is the service with the largest collection of official music videos. Through the app (which features very long and irritating ads), you can watch your favorite music videos, original shows, and live music performances. Vevo on Xbox One is available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States.
  • Bravo now: Allows you to watch full episodes from the network using your TV service provider login information. Bravo is only available in the United States.
  • Telemundo Now: Lets you watch Telemundo Novelas, shows, specials, interviews, and a lot more. Again, you’ll need your TV service provider login information to connect to the service.
  • Popcornflix: On Xbox One now you can watch many movies for free instantly with Popcornflix from a wide range of genres, including comedy, action, thriller, romance, family, and much more. The app is available in the US and Canada.

You can download all the apps now by going to Apps in your Xbox One.

Source Microsoft

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