Like a Disney princess waking from an evil witch’s spell, Walt Disney Studios is finally releasing its digital-rights-locker project KeyChest from its deep slumber. On Tuesday, the media powerhouse launched a cloud-based movie app — descriptively called Disney Movies Anywhere — based on KeyChest, an alternative to consortia like UltraViolet that has languished for years. Related stories Virgin Hyperloop One rockets toward reality at CES 2018 How to get Virgin’s $1 deal if you don’t have a phone number How to decide if Virgin’s $1 mobile plan is right for you Virgin space spinoff will pop teensy satellites into orbit Apple vs. the taxman and Windows turns 10 in CNET UK podcast 405 KeyChest was built as a place to store and access all your Disney media, and with the new app, Disney has connected it with Apple’s iTunes, another longtime holdout from UltraViolet. The app — which lists more than 400 live-action and animated films from Disney, Pixar, and Marvel, as well as extra content and bonus video — connects to your iTunes account to purchase films and watch movies you already bought through the Apple store. You can download the movies in the app to your device, or… Read full this story
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