Redbox locations, Netflix, Amazon.com and iTunes are all movie rental services that feature new releases on an ongoing basis. Prospective customers can locate the Redbox kiosk nearest to them using a special tool at Redbox.com.
The inventory of movie titles in Redbox kiosks changes as new releases become available, which is potentially on a weekly or daily basis, depending on the Redbox location. Redbox.com maintains an inventory of each kiosk, and a corresponding virtual inventory for each Redbox kiosk is available at Redbox.com.
Netflix features new releases available for rental, either to stream or in DVD format, including Blu-ray. Netflix allows streaming of rentals on a computer, PS3, Wii, XBox 360 and numerous other devices, as of 2015.
Similarly, Amazon.com maintains an enormous inventory of movies for rental that customers can stream on a computer or various iOS and Android devices. Amazon.com Prime members can stream certain movies at no extra cost. Amazon.com updates its lists of hot new releases on an hourly basis.
ITunes has new releases available for rental, as well. Rentals last 24 hours from the first viewing or 30 days if the rental is not watched at all. Movie rentals are compatible with iOS devices, including iPod Touch and Apple TV, as well as PC. During the rental period, the customer may transfer the movie between iOS devices as many times as desired.