New to watching films online? Don’t worry, it can seem daunting, but the key is to match up the device you want to use with the available platforms.
From January 30th, Adele and Everything After will be available on a variety of internet-based video-on-demand platforms.
And there are a number of different devices you can use to watch the film on these various platforms.
They include personal devices like:
Your PC or Mac computer
Your Apple iPhone or iPad
Your Android phone/tablet
And also internet-enabled devices that connect to your TV so you can watch the movie on a bigger screen, like:
Additionally, if your TV itself is newer, it may be a “Smart TV,” meaning it too is connected to the internet and includes its own apps that connect to one or more of the VOD platforms the film is available on.
The tricky part is that not all devices support all of the platforms and vice-versa. So we put together this handy chart to help you decide how to watch the film.
From the first column, choose the device you’d like to use to watch the film, then work across to see which platforms are compatible, and therefore which platform you should rent or buy the film from.
|PC or Mac||iTunes application||Go to website: amazon.com||Go to website: play.google.com||Go to website: youtube.com||Go to website: vimeo.com||Go to website: vudu.com||Go to website: microsoft.com/movies|
|iOS device||iTunes app||Prime Video app||Google Play Movies & TV app||YouTube app||Vimeo app||Vudu app||–|
|Android device||–||Prime Video app||Google Play Movies & TV app||YouTube app||Vimeo app||Vudu app||–|
|TV with Apple TV||“Movies” tab||Play from iPhone or iPad using AirPlay||YouTube app – scroll down to “Purchases”||YouTube app||Vimeo app||Vudu app||Play from iPhone or iPad using AirPlay|
|TV with Roku||–||Amazon Video app||Google Play app||YouTube app||Vimeo app||Vudu app||–|
|TV with Chromecast||–||Cast from Chrome web browser||Cast from Google Play app on iOS or Android device||Cast from YouTube app on iOS or Android device||Cast from Vimeo app on iOS or Android device||Cast from the Vudu app on iOS or Android device||–|
|TV with Fire TV||–||“Your Video Library” option on main menu||–||–||Vimeo app||–||–|
|Playstation 4||–||Amazon Prime Video app||YouTube app||YouTube app||–||Vudu app||–|
|Xbox One||–||Amazon Video app||YouTube app||YouTube app||–||Vudu app||Movies & TV app|
|Smart TV||–||Check with TV manufacturer||Check with TV manufacturer||Check with TV manufacturer||Check with TV manufacturer||Check with TV manufacturer||Check with TV manufacturer|
The film is also available on the VOD platforms of these cable and satellite providers:
- Verizon Fios
- Dish Network
- Rogers (Canada)
- Shaw (Canada)
- Eastlink TV
- Plus dozens of other local providers
If you have service from one of these providers, the film is available through your set-top-box by accessing the “on-demand” listings. For more information, check with your provider.