Unstoppable on Blu-ray first with digital copy for Android

Unstoppable on Blu-ray first with digital copy for Android The launch of the Twentieth Century Fox movie Unstoppable on Tuesday marks the first movie that will allow users to transfer a Digital Copy to their Android smartphones. Users will need to do this using a Wi-Fi-enabled Blu-ray Disc player, the movie, Android 1.6 or higher and the free PocketBLU app. How long the process will take is not yet known, however, or how much space the movie will take up, though the process involves connecting the handset to a home network over Wi-Fi.

In addition to the movie itself, Android users will also have the option to transfer the extras from disc one. These include Derailed: Anatomy of a Scene, Hanging Off the Train: Stunt Work, On the Rails with the Director and Cast, The Fastest Track: Unleashing Unstoppable, Director Commentary Track and Tracking the Story: Unstoppable Script Development.

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