Review: FandangoNOW


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(Please watch the YouTube video above for our hands on review.)

At its core FandangoNow is the old M-Go service and all of your purchases from M-Go are still here, but Fandango wants to take the service to the next level.

“We want to host the movie experience across the total life cycle of a movie,” Fandango President Paul Yanover said in an interview. So we thought we would take a close look at the new FandangoNow service and see if it is something you will want to use. (Please watch the YouTube video above for our hands on review.)

From Roku:

FandangoNOW has over 30,000 movies + TV shows built right into your Roku player and Roku TV just waiting to be watched. Browse and search the latest movie releases fresh out of the theater, classic favorites and hit TV shows the day after they air. With no subscription fees ever, you can buy or rent as you go and pay with your Roku account. Ready to watch? You can play your movies and TV shows on any device, anytime and anywhere. To get started, just select ‘Movie Store’ or ‘TV Store’ from your main menu.

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