Dell Cinema Guide will let you search for streaming content from 200 services

Dell Cinema Guide
Dell Cinema Guide (Image credit: Dell)

What you need to know

  • Dell announced Dell Cinema Guide to help people streamline their streaming.
  • The app will let people search approximately 200 streaming services for content.
  • The app will launch on Windows 10 later this year.

Many people subscribe to several streaming services. While this means that a wide library of content is available for viewing, finding that content can be time-consuming. Dell's newly announced app, Dell Cinema Guide, will streamline your streaming experience by letting you search approximately 200 streaming services from one app. Dell Cinema Guide is set to come out later this year and will be available on Windows 10.

Inside Dell Cinema Guide, people will be able to select which services they subscribe to so they only see content that's available to them. People will be able to sort content by genre, actors, actresses, and other filters. The app also supports tracking which content you've viewed.

The concept of aggregate sites isn't new. In fact, a Dell representative told PC World that Dell Cinema Guide is a "Dell-specific iteration" of Reelgood. Reelgood's UI looks very similar to the images that Dell's shown of Dell Cinema Guide.

Dell has not clarified which streaming services will be supported within Dell Cinema Guide. In a conference call with press, Dell stated that the names you'd expect would be supported, but didn't name any specific services.

Dell Cinema Guide will be free through the Microsoft Store. It will not be exclusive to Dell devices. It will be factory installed on XPS, Inspiron, and G Series devices.

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3 Comments
  • This is like one of the best features of a Roku. This sounds even better.
  • I don't really get why Dell would make an app like this in the first place. I'm not complaining as I know of similar apps and find it useful, but it seems to make more sense from a company like roku, Microsoft)(Bing), or Google.
  • Sounds good, hopefully it won't be US-specific