iTunes Movie Trailers puts the newest HD movieÂ previews in your hands. Browse trailers, clips, and featurettes for theÂ biggest Hollywood blockbusters and independent cinema, view stunning HDÂ photos, explore a year-long calendar of movie releases, find showtimes nearÂ you, and get ticket info directly from your iPad or iPhone.Â â¨â¨Features:Â â¨â¨ â˘ Access hundreds of movie trailers, clips,Â behind-the-scenes featurettes, and images, available in HD or SDâ¨ â˘ Explore an interactive, year-long releaseÂ calendar that helps you plan when you'll be going to the theatersâ¨ â˘ Save your favorite movies and theaters forÂ immediate access anytimeâ¨ â˘ Find out whatâs playing at your localÂ theaters and purchase tickets directly from your iPad or iPhoneâ¨ â˘ Check estimated driving times and getÂ directions to nearby theatersâ¨ â˘ Add a movie to Favorites to be notifiedÂ when it debuts in theaters or becomes available in the iTunes Storeâ¨ â˘ Browse Top Charts to view the most popularÂ trailers, box office rankings, and top movies on iTunes to buy or rentâ¨ â˘ Read critic reviews providedÂ by Rotten Tomatoes without leaving the appâ¨ â˘ Enjoy your favorite movie trailers on your TVÂ with AirPlay and Apple TVâ¨ â˘ Share your favorite trailers with friendsÂ using AirDrop, Facebook, Twitter, Messages, and Mailâ¨ â˘ Keep your favorite theaters and movieÂ trailers up to date on all of your devices using iCloudâ¨â¨ Requirements:â¨â¨ â˘ Requires a device with iOS 9 or laterâ¨ â˘ Requires Internet access over a Wi-Fi orÂ cellular data connection How Your Data Is Used When you have iCloud enabled, iTunes Movie Trailers stores your favorite theaters and movies with your iCloud account to keep them in sync across all your devices.
Many trailers are not being able to play and watch. You will see a Play Button with a line through it on many trailers.
I like the service, and the app generally works well. I appreciate that the app brings plenty of movies that I wouldnât see anywhere else, even smaller indie projects. Plus, it doesnât bog me down with the fakes and spam on YouTube. However, I get annoyed that it doesnât work on VPN. Netflix, Hulu, Prime, and Disney usually work on VPN, but movie trailers donât? Iâll keep using it, because itâs actually a great app and service. I hope youâll loosen up the access a little, though.
Strange to see Apple do something halfway and deliver a disappointing product to customers. The obvious is missing from the app: thumbs-up, thumbs-down, and hide-preview you donât want to see again. Definitely not Steve Jobsâ Apple any longer.
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Canât be used for what itâs intended for because it doesnât list half of the movies showing at different theaters. Used to be good. Unusable now.
Last update to the app was 4 years ago now. Still hasnât even been updated for the 11â iPads from 2018!!! Meanwhile Apple is going to automatically remove apps from the App Store if developers havenât been keeping them updated. Is Apple going to remove its own app like all the others? My guess is that Apple is going to make an exception for themselves. Reasons like this are why developers grow more and more frustrated. Do better, Apple.
I have been using Trailers for years to look at recent movie trailers to see whatâs worth watching, I used it to look up showtimes and other information as well, but most of that information is now missing, the trailers donât even update until about two days when the new one is out. Now I have to resort to YouTube for trailers again and use websites with Appleâs buggy safari browser.
Fantastic, butâŚ it would be nice if I could go to my favorites, click a movie, and then see itâs showtimes. Also most movies rated NR, even though they have a rating.