Vudu is now fully integrated and available on the TiVo Stream 4K, joining Google Play and Prime Video as an available provider for rentals and purchases on the device. This news comes just after TiVo announced it was rolling out on Peacock last week.
TiVo is now integrated into many major streaming services, allowing you to switch between multiple apps and easily find the content you want to watch. On the Tivo Stream 4K, you can easily customize which parts of the Vudu catalog are included in your recommendations by selecting Vudu Free Movies & TV or Vudu Rentals & Purchases in My Services.
Although Vudu was once solely a place to buy and rent movie titles, the service has been expanding its offering to a large selection of ad-supported content as well.
Along with giving you access to your other streaming platform subscriptions, a TiVo Stream 4K also gives you TiVo+ for free streaming TV on TiVo’s own video network, offering thousands of movies and TV shows in all genres.
Right now, there are two great deals for cord cutters going on when you buy a TiVo Stream 4K. Now through December 31, you’ll get a 30-day trial of HBO for free, usually $14.99 when you buy a TiVo 4K Stream. You can also save $30 on any new Sling subscription, including Sling Blue, Sling Orange, or any other package combo.