Barnes and Noble Rolls Out Free NOOK Video for Android and iOS
Streaming video seems to be all of the rage these days, and now that B&N is joining the bandwagon, it's safe to say that the flood gates are officially open wide. The NOOK Video library is a growing one, with rentals and purchases allowed without a subscription. In this sense, it operates like iTunes; you pay for only what you view. Additionally, customers can easily shift their viewing experience across their connected devices by starting a movie or TV show on one device and then picking up exactly where they left off on another device linked to their account.
NOOK Video’s UltraViolet integration provides customers the ability to view their previously and newly purchased UltraViolet-enabled movies and TV shows on all NOOK tablet devices, and through the NOOK Video Apps. So, have a look in the Google Play Store or iOS App Store if you want... that is, if you really need another source of video.