Microsoft continues to add to the library of apps made for the Xbox One console. Just a few days after it added the Khan Academy and Popcornflix apps, four more apps have been launched: Pandora, Vevo, Bravo Now and Telemundo Now
Here's a quick look at each app:
- Pandora. Great music discovery is effortless and free with Pandora on Xbox One. Just start with the name of one of your favorite artists, songs, genres or composers and we will do the rest. It's easy to create personalized stations that play only music you'll love. Pandora for Xbox One is available to Xbox Live members in in the United States.
- Vevo. Vevo offers the largest collection of premium official music videos. Start watching your favorite music videos and catch daily video premieres by downloading Vevo for Xbox One today. Discover exciting new music videos, original shows, and live music performances from your favorite artists. Vevo on Xbox One is available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States.
- Bravo Now. Bravo Now is your one-stop destination for full episodes and video from all your favorite Bravo shows. Just sign in with your TV service provider login information and you are ready to watch your favorite Bravo programs whenever you want. Bravo on Xbox One is available in the United States.
- Telemundo Now. Watch full episodes of the best Telemundo Novelas, Shows and Specials as well as exclusive content like interviews, behind the scenes and more! For the best viewing experience log in with your TV provider's user name and password. Telemundo Now on Xbox One is available in the United States.
Source: Xbox Wire
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