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This article was published on May 14, 2014

    VUDU adds an UltraViolet sharing option so up to five friends can watch your movies and shows

    VUDU adds an UltraViolet sharing option so up to five friends can watch your movies and shows Image by: Dion Isgro
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    Walmart’s video-on-demand service VUDU has just launched “Share My Movies,” a new feature that lets you share UltraViolet-licensed digital content with up to five friends.

    To activate Share My Movies, you’ll need to input your friends’ email addresses. Once they create a login to VUDU, they’ll be able to view your library. VUDU will support up to three simultaneous streams for your account.

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    Share My Movies will also support digital copies of movies that come with DVD and Bluray purchases that you make at Walmart. /

    Introducing Share My Movies by VUDU [Walmart Labs]