Vudu March 12 announced new software features that afford users greater control of their content selections and libraries.
The Walmart-owned transactional VOD platform with more than 150,000 movies and TV shows now lets users create personalized content lists to suit their various needs such as “Family Movie Night” or “Date Night,” and organize their library accordingly.
Movie collectors can now organize their content by franchise, including “My Star Wars Movies.” Users can also include titles that they haven’t purchased — such as tracking the top 100 movies of all time — or free titles from Vudu’s catalog or even create multiple wishlists such as “My Wife’s Wishlist” or “My TV Show Wishlist.”
“Vudu’s new lists feature aims to further its mission to empower their customers and provide them with the best possible user experience,” the platform said in a statement.
Vudu is a member of the industry-backed Movies Anywhere platform.