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Best Movie Apps


There are about a hundred million apps available for your iPhone and other smartphones, but there are only about five that are truly deserving of your attention. For your consideration, the top five movie apps available on your phone.

Fandango
Fandango is one of the best movie ticketing apps on App store that allows you to buy a tickets to any movie you want to see. Other useful features available by installing this app on your iPhone include movie trailers, clips, stills and exclusive interviews.

Movies by Flixster
Flixster users can create their own lists of "must-see" movies coming soon to theaters. Watch full length trailers, catch movie showtimes, and read reviews. With reviews gathered from Rotten Tomatoes, you can pick the best movie to watch with your family or friends. 

Netflix
Netflix iOS app lets you watch your favorite movies and TV shows on your iPhone or iPad. With Netflix, you can watch unlimited movies and TV shows at very low monthly subscription fee, browse your interested movies and TV shows by titles all on your iPhone or iPad.

IMDb
With IMDb you can scan through actors, actresses , directors, recaps of your favorite TV shows, the latest entertainment and find movie showtimes theater near you. IMDb Movies & TV comes with many useful features and large collection of movies, TV shows and celebrities info. Best of all? The IMDb app is free of cost.

CineMode
If you're like most movie fanatics, texting during a showing would drive you nuts, but why let that stop you from taking advantage of CineMode, which rewards you for not texting.  An easy way to earn rewards exclusive to Cinemark theatres all while being courteous during the show.

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