It looks like there is another player for digital HD streaming: M-Go. To be honest, I did not know anything about them until I received a promo code to review Walking with Dinosaurs on M-Go. BTW, the movie won’t be able available on Blu-ray or DVD until next Tuesday, but you can watch it now in digital HD via M-Go. With a streaming service like M-Go, not only can you watch Walking with Dinosaurs before it arrives in stores, but you can also watch the movie on the go with the kids.
Watching Walking with Dinosaurs on M-Go is fairly easy. All you have to do is browse their movie library or search for the title. You can watch the movie on your computer or mobile device. In our case, we were able to stream Walking with Dinosaurs on my desktop computer, my Samsung Android smartphone, and my Apple iPod Touch. And no, we didn’t have to pay a separate fee for each device.
To be honest, I’m not a big fan of watching movies in front of my computer or holding my smartphone while watching a movie. I prefer to watch a movie on my sofa with surround sound. However, digital HD is convenient because I can watch a movie when I’m not home. I can’t exactly travel with my surround sound system and Blu-ray player, right?
On the other hand, my kids love watching Walking with Dinosaurs with M-Go. They actually like watching the movie on the tiny screen of a smartphone — even when they’re at home. I think it’s because they get a sense of empowerment when they hold the phone while they are watching the movie. Plus they can move from room to room and still watch Walking with Dinosaurs.
M-Go does not charge you a monthly fee. Instead, you just purchase or rent the movies you want, and then stream them in high-quality video to your computer, mobile device, or TV. BTW, when you select a HD title, M-Go will also give you a SD version so you can watch the movie on non-HD devices.
M-Go offers movies and TV shows from most of the studios, like 20th Century Fox, Universal, Dreamworks, Disney, and Warner Bros. Here’s another great thing about M-Go, they also offer movies that are not available for streaming on Netflix — like Walking with Dinosaurs, The Book Thief, Frozen and Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
For those you with an Ultraviolet account, you should be happy to hear that you can link your Ultraviolet account with M-Go. I think this is great because I can access a common library through either service. It would be really annoying if I had to log into separate accounts to watch films from my digital library.
Note: if you join now, M-Go will give you two free movies. Nice, right?