Redbox is streaming a lot of its programming online, but the TV service has yet to offer an online video library.
That’s changing soon.
The company is expanding its streaming library, launching a new TV app that lets viewers watch Red Box shows and movies on their TVs.
And Amazon is building a video app for its TV set-top box.
The apps will be available to buy and stream online through the Amazon Video app.
Redbox’s new app lets viewers stream Redbox shows and films on their TV and on their computer.
(Photo: Redbox)Redbox’s website and mobile app will launch on Wednesday.
It will have a free-to-start subscription for $9.99 per month and a $15 per year subscription that includes access to a video library, an ad-free experience, a video player, and access to the Red Box Movie Vault.
Amazon will also offer the app for $7.99 a month, a $30 per year service that includes ad-blocking.
Both services will have live streaming on their own websites and apps.
The app will be made available in beta on both platforms, with access to all Redbox content, according to Redbox CEO Matt Kappel.
Kappel said Redbox plans to roll out the app as quickly as possible, as it looks to increase its reach.
“We have seen our service grow by 50% in the last two years and we are working hard to make sure that we are making sure that that continues to grow,” he said.
Amazon has launched a Redbox app for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows.
The Redbox TV app is also available for Android.
(Redbox says the app will support “multiple devices” with the next version.)
The app will include a video-capture feature that will allow viewers to capture a movie or TV show for viewing later, Kappelsaid.
It’s a “first-of-its-kind video technology that makes it easy for anyone to watch live content on the go,” he added.
Amazon and Redbox have been working together for years, with Redbox acquiring the Redbox Video unit in 2017.
That deal has helped both companies improve their offerings.
Red Box has added more than 300 new shows and shows in the past year, and the company plans to add more new programming in 2018.
The new Redbox video app will let viewers stream live Redbox programming, which includes Redbox-produced shows and programs.
(Video: Amazon)Red Box TV, which is a subscription service that costs $19.99 to $29.99 for members, is the only Redbox product that lets users watch its shows and get access to its content online.
The service is available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, PlayStation, and Amazon’s Fire tablets.
The streaming service will include live Red Box programming, including Red Box TV shows and live Red Bricks specials.
Red Backs are special shows that fans can watch on Red Box’s app.
Red Box has been adding shows and specials to the service since it was founded in 2013, Kappsaid.
The first series is Red Brick, which debuted in 2018, and Kappalsaid said the Red Briches series is “coming up very soon.”
Red Bricks also includes a new episode of the popular animated show “Dork Dork.”
That series will premiere on Friday.
Redbox has also been making efforts to grow its live-streaming service.
The video-on-demand service will now allow users to watch shows on-demand through Red Box’ own Redbox Player app.
The content will be live and available to stream on the Red TV app, and users will have the option to add a Red BRLaster to their live stream.
The Redbox service is currently available only on Roku and Apple TV.
The Roku app offers the same Red Box service as Redbox on iOS, but it doesn’t offer the same live Red Brick series.
The Apple TV app lets users access Red Brows, but doesn’t include Red B Brick, which has a smaller catalog of shows.