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Vudu, the Walmart-owned premium video service, is adding Chromecast support to its iOS and Android app soon. Vudu announced the upcoming Chromecast support on its website Sunday, adding that users will also be able to cast video straight from the Vudu website. Google opened up the Google Cast SDK to developers a month ago, but so far, there haven’t been any new apps from major publishers. However, both Rdio and Beats Music have announced that they’re working on adding Chromecast support to their apps as well.

  1. When this drops, I might finally convert my small mostly Christmas themed disc collection at Walmart. I’d love to ditch the Blu-ray player entirely, but I can’t bring myself to rent a $6 digital copy of a movie when Redbox rents much higher bitrate Blu-rays for $1.50.

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    1. You don’t need to go to Walmart to convert your movies to digital. Vudu has a desktop app for the PC so you can convey your movies at home called Vudu to go. You can download it from there website. Vudu.com.

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