It’s been a year since I wrote my guide about digital movie stores. Thus, here’s an updated look at the major available stores, and which ones are worth considering.
Three years ago, I bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 tablet during a Black Friday sale. It’s since served me adequately as a digital comic reader and for watching
In the spring of 2016, I wrote about the major digital movie stores: Amazon, Vudu, iTunes, and Google Play. Given some major changes since then, I thought it was time for a new,
Update (11/25/18): I’ve written an updated post about digital movie stores. Back in 2014, I wrote about the various digital video services available that sell or rent digital videos.
Here’s an updated look (since almost a year ago) at what music services I’m using these days. These days, my choice of audio services include: TuneIn Radio I use
Google Play Music is Google’s music store and player for the web and Android devices. One perk of Google Play Music is that users can upload their music collection to their
I’ve been getting a lot of mileage out of the Roku Streaming Stick I bought a few months ago. It’s completely replaced my Xbox 360 for streaming purposes. Also,
Here’s an update of a previous post I’d written about what music services I use. These days, my choice of music/audio services include: TuneIn Radio I’ve written
I’ve written previously on the issues surrounding digital media support if one happens to not have all of one’s devices in the same “walled garden”/”ecosystem.
News came a day or so ago that Google Play, Google’s digital media store, has started to sell DC Comics’ single issue comics. While Google Play’s been selling