HTC is winding up their HTC Watch movie sales and rental store by the end of this month. The services observed the closure at the end of the last year outside US. Nobody seems to be interested by this move though. It would be very hard for the HTC users that they will not be able to access their HTC Watch services. You will still be able to download and view movies by the end of the March from HTC Watch Movie Store. After that, your libraries will not be accessible.
It is advised to all HTC users to download the movies that you have purchased for your libraries before the aforementioned date. You can view these movies in the store for a limited time now. If you are unable to view the movie files in the store now, you may consult the support of HTC Watch Movie Store.
The paid content has great worth now for the users who tried hard to purchase the movies from the HTC Watch Movie Store. It was introduced in conjunction with the HTC Sensation in April, 2011. This service will be deactivated in some countries namely Sweden, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands and Spain. It will still be available in other countries.
HTC Watch Movie Service provides plethora of movies and TV shows for the users. You can swipe left and right to find out the huge collection of your favorite movies. Tap the movie to watch it. In order to find the most viewed or popular TV shows or movies, you can go to option of ‘Recommended’. You can access your library for managing your purchased videos. You must download these files to your system as soon as possible since the services of HTC Watch Movie will be disabled soon.
HTC will concentrate on those regions which are making money while shutting down those that are not offering much advantage. The countries that offer less customer traffic will suffer from this shut down as they are less revenue generators for HTC Movie services.
The markets with high deals of engagement will continue to enjoy the matchless services of HTC movie stores. The biggest advantage of HTC Movie Store is that you can easily view the DRM-protected content to a TV through the company’s media link HD Peripheral.