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Two thinks I hate to have happen when I'm at the convenience store -- One is they run out of Funyuns. The other is I get to the Redbox movie rental kiosk and find the manly action movie I wanted to watch sensitive chick flick the wife demanded has already been rented.

No more.

Redbox has released its official app that will let you find the nearest kiosk (maps are included, natch) and reserve a movie so it'll be there when you are. You can search by genere as well and get basic info about the movie. Pretty slick, actually. Market link's after the break.

Now if only it could do something about that Funyun supply. Thanks, Jese!

 
There are 22 comments

r-nice says:

Thing man, thing.

hairclog says:

Can't wait to rent the the movie I want while standing in line. To hear the guy in front of me looking for the same movie freak out when it disappears.

Souviets says:

i just want my damn netflix

bamadog says:

+1 for Netflix! I'd say I'm getting impatient, but patience for official software is a must with my Captivate...

tejasoffroad says:

I'm pretty sure were gonna get netflix before we get anything from samsung or att.

adam247 says:

I use Netflix AND Hulu on my Evo. hehehehehehehehehe
Muahahaha

Finally!!!!!

ricbon says:

wooooooowoooooowooooooo

I've been using RedReserve paid app for the longest. Nice to see RedBox finally deliver a free app that works!

It's about time we got this!

lightofhonor says:

Nice to see the android version keeping up with the iOS version. :) One less reason to have my ipod lol

Dhamp2g says:

Yeah but most apps will go to IOS first bcuz its a universal system. It has to work on many devices for android version.

Jjpp23 says:

Free? ?

dwhitman says:

Cool! Downloaded.

moosc says:

They should have bought red reserve instead. I prefer his app. As for for redbox I've been using the leaked beta for along time

bladerunn3r says:

I've been using red reserve for a couple of months... and it's excellent. However, it does crash occasionally, hanging my phone, and sometimes requiring a battery pull. Other than that annoying hiccup, it's awesome. Unless this official app is more stable, I'll just stick with red reserve. On a side note, I'd love it if AC did more highlights on such practical, efficient, and widely applicable apps like this more often. Suggestion... :-)

crichton007 says:

Its about time. The mobile version of the Redbox site really stinks.

heraldo says:

I like red reserve a little more...maybe it takes doge getting used too

deercreek says:

I wonder why there's a place to enter your ZIP code but it won't let you actually enter it. I don't want to have to turn on my GPS and get a fix just to see which Redbox in town has the movie I want. I'm often in a store where I can't get a GPS fix when I discover that there's a DVD that just got released that I want to rent. I'd like to be able to check the Redbox app before I get out in the parking lot.

blckz28 says:

Sorry but I like RedReserve better. It just has a few more bells and whistles like a YouTube preview link

xarophti says:

About flippin' time! When I emailed Redbox about this last year they informed me they had no plans to pursue developing an Android app. See how long THAT plan lasted.

cambrosio#AC says:

good to see this out. now i don't have to stand in line trying to figure out what i want.