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From the people who bought you music streaming service Rdio, we now have video platform Vdio.
So, what exactly can you watch on Vdio? Everything from the newest releases to cult classics and a whole lot in between from the major studios and networks. Right now, you can watch Argo, Skyfall, The Dark Knight Rises, Brave, Prometheus, Lawless, and thousands of other hit movies. You can down a cocktail with Don Draper on Mad Men, tune in to the Dowager’s latest quip on Downton Abbey, death-grip your armchair during Homeland, or marvel at the jaw-dropping perfection of Breaking Bad. TV shows are available the day after they air and you can subscribe to seasons at a discount. We plan on adding new titles and bonus content daily, so be sure to check back regularly to see what’s new.
For the moment, Vdio is only available to Rdio Unlimited subscribers in the US and UK. All Rdio Unlimited subscribers a £20 credit to use on Vdio (same goes for anyone who signs up in the next 60 days). Vdio currently works on the Web and iPad, with other devices and platforms in the plan.
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