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‘Game of Thrones’, ‘The Raid’: Samsung Galaxy Tab Nabs Quickflix

‘Game of Thrones’, ‘The Raid’: Samsung Galaxy Tab Nabs Quickflix

The Galaxy Tab 2 is the latest device to get Quickflix ‘all you can eat’ movies and TV service, announced Friday.

The all you can eat service starts at $14.99 for “unlimited” streaming and can be bundled with Quickflix DVD (by post) plans, with the option of pay per view movies also, streamed staight to your Tab 2.

The Galaxy 2 comes with the Quickflix app pre-loaded, while owners of the original Galaxy Tab, released last year, need to download the app from Samsung’s App store.

Last week, the Aussie-owned content streamer announced the serivice for Panasonic Blu-rays and is set to be unleashed to Microsoft Xbox in the coming weeks.


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Quickflix movies titles (55,000 in all) include everything from movie houses Warner Bros, Sony, NBC Universal, MGM, Lakeshore and Pinnacle Films, with titles for all tastes – from ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ to ‘Sherlock Holmes’, ‘The Vow’ starring lovelies Channing Tatum and Rachael McAdams and ‘The Devils Double.’

You can also stream TV series from the likes of BBC, ITV and HBO, including titles True Blood, The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire and Game of Thrones.

Quickflix already streams to Sony PlayStation, Apple Macs, PC, smartphones and Samsung smart TVs.