Can you stream Redbox on Android Phone/Tablet?
How to Sign Up and Download Redbox on Android Phone/Tablet
- Click here to sign up for Redbox.
- Once you’ve signed up, search for “Redbox” on your Android Phone/Tablet to install the Redbox app.
- Once installed, log in using your Redbox credentials.
- You can now stream Redbox on Android Phone/Tablet.
How to Sign Up for Redbox on Other Streaming Devices
If you have other devices, you can learn how to sign up for and use Redbox on Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Mac, Windows, PlayStation, Xbox, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
What features are available on Redbox?
No Parental Controls
Up to 2 Devices
You can have up to five devices registered to your account. You can stream purchased titles on up to two devices simultaneously. Rentals can only be viewed on one device at a time.
Free channels, shows, and films include ads. Rentals and purchases do not.
Downloaded titles are available within the Redbox app.
In 2019, Redbox launched Redbox Entertainment, a new division to produce and distribute original content across its services. Through Redbox Entertainment, the company released “The Fanatic” and “Running with the Devil” through VOD and at the kiosk. It’s expected to continue creating original titles.
Users can access some titles on demand, like the first season of “3rd Rock from the Sun,” “The Weird Al Show,” and “Are We There Yet?”
Most TV available on the platform comes in the form of virtual channels.
While users can rent/buy many titles, there are many free films available. These are usually older titles or less popular contemporary movies. At the time of this writing, some movies available include “Halloween,” “Beverly Hills Ninja,” “Attack the Block,” “Blue Valentine,” “The Artist,” “Clerks II,” and “Train to Busan.”
There’s a nice section of classic films, including titles like “His Girl Friday,” “Metropolis,” and “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.”
Redbox offers some free faith-based movies as well.
Redbox offers a very limited number of free kids titles, including films like “The Hero of Color City,” “Dino King,” and “Sea Level.”