More Apps Coming To Xbox 360

How many apps do you use on the Xbox 360 and how many don’t you use, because of needing a Gold membership subscription? Well you’ll be pleased to know there’s a long list of apps which have recently been released or are coming soon.

Xbox Live logoSince MG is located in the UK, let’s list those first:
All3M (United Kingdom, United States)
CrunchyRoll (Majority of LIVE Regions)
Deezer (Majority of LIVE Regions)
Fightbox (Austria, Germany, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Sweden, United Kingdom)
GameTrailers (Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Japan, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States)
IndieFlix (Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States) (Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Sweden, United Kingdom)
Machinima (Majority of LIVE Regions)
Napster (Germany, United Kingdom)
Sainsbury (United Kingdom)
Launched today:
Karaoke (All LIVE regions, excluding Japan and United Arab Emirates)
Karaoke provides access to more than 8,000 songs from the latest hits to the oldies but goodies, available on Xbox LIVE. Your avatar will go on stage and sing with a full complement of stage props and back band. Use SmartGlass to play/stop/pause, browse the database and lyrics or to add songs to the playlist. Songs don’t require any download and will playback immediately via streaming for a robust karaoke experience.
Napster (Germany, United Kingdom)
With your Xbox and Napster Unlimited plus Mobile, you can play millions of songs instantly. Listen to millions of songs in various genres, play as much as you want, enjoy hours of expertly programmed music. Discover new releases, charts and much more.
SkyDrive (All LIVE regions)
SkyDrive is the place to store your files so you can access them from virtually any device. With SkyDrive for Xbox, you can easily view your photos and videos on your TV. You can also play slideshows and view photos and videos shared with you. For more information, visit the Inside SkyDrive blog.
The rest of the apps:
Ameba TV (Canada, United States)
ARTE (Germany, France)
Azteca (Mexico)
Canalplay Infinity (France)
CBC’s Hockey Night (Canada)
Eredivisie Live (Netherlands)
Flixster (United States)
Globosat Muu (Brazil)
Gulli Replay (France)
HBO Nordics (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden)
Maxim (United States)
MTV (United States)
MyTF1 (France)
MyTF1VOD (France)
Pathe Thuis (Netherlands)
PBS (United States)
PopcornFlix (United States)
Rai TV (Italy)
Saraiva (Brazil)
SBS (Netherlands)
SF Anytime (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden)
Slacker Radio (Canada, United States)
SPORT1 (Austria, Germany)
The CW Network (United States)
Televisa (Mexico)
TV3 (Spain)
Viaplay (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden)
Vidéo à la Demande d’Orange (France)
Vimeo (United States)
VIVO Play (Brazil)
Watchever (Austria, Germany)
Zattoo (Germany)
Ziggo (Netherlands)
How many of those apps require Gold membership, I can’t say, but it’s likely that obvious ones will need a separate subscription as well as XBL Gold which is a shame since you don’t need any special membership on the PlayStation 3 to run apps, that would explain why the PS3 came out as the most used console people watched Netflix on.

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