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EPIX to allow subscribers to download movies to Android

Subscribers to the EPIX premium cable network will soon be able to download a number of movies and TV shows on Android The network has revealed that it will add this feature to the Google Play Store app later this month for users who want to watch their selection of content without the need for a constant Internet connection.

EPIX, which runs current and classic movies from Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM, along with documentaries and comedy specials, stated:

The new download feature will offer EPIX's biggest titles on demand, including hit movie franchises The Hunger Games, James Bond, and Star Trek, original documentaries and music and comedy events featuring marquee talent including Katy Perry, Craig Ferguson, Louis CK, Mark Maron and more.

Movies and shows on EPIX will disappear from Netflix at the end of September but will then be available on the Hulu service in October.

Source: EPIX

4 Comments
  • I think it's great that offline media consumption is finally come into practice. Not everyone has unlimited data plans. I am anti-streaming. Now the storage on mobile devices needs to be greatly increased or have SD expansion. Posted via Android Central App
  • I hope others follow suit! Posted via the Android Central App
  • I have Epix via my cable company but rarely use it. This news has me already downloading the app. Once this feature goes live I may have to give it a solid look.
  • Anyone else notice that Epix and Netflix all have the exact same Movie catalog? Not including the TV and comedy shows. Was wondering if Netflix owned Epix?