Following Netflix, AOL plans its own long-form original series, an adaption of an Israeli cable hit that will be set in New York. It's a new leg of AOL's race to be a video-ad powerhouse.
The latest version of the save-for-later app organizes everything you save into categories, making things easier to find.
As with the iPad version, full episodes of some of the network's top shows are available to stream to the iPhone.
Video-sharing app now records 30-second clips, complete with the Vine-like ability to pause recording to splice different shots together.
The service will allow U.K. customers to rent over 1,000 full-length films from the video service.
Your iPad is starting to look a lot more like your TV thanks to on-demand viewing from these two big networks.
Think 30 seconds isn't enough to decide whether you like a song? Sources tell CNET that Apple is making changes. They also say you'll have to wait longer for an iTunes cloud service.
If I had this, I would have no more excuses for how I look. Forgive me.
The deal with MGM makes YouTube an online film theater but industry sources say more studios are sure to join.