There is no Windows-specific app for Vudu as of 2015. However, Windows users can use Vudu in any Web browser to rent, buy and watch movies and television shows. The Vudu to Go software allows users to convert their DVDs and Blu-ray discs to digital files for cloud storage.
Vudu allows users to browse through some of the latest movie and television releases. Users can also pre-order movies that are currently in theaters, usually as part of a bundle pack with similar movies or prequels. The site also has a Deals section with discounted movies customers can add to their digital collections. Vudu provides users with UltraViolet accounts, a cloud storage service that gives them access to their digital collections anywhere with Internet access.
Vudu apps are available for Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox 1, iPad and Roku streaming devices. An app that is compatible with some Android tablets is also available. Vudu also has its own dedicated device, the Vudu Spark, that users can plug into the HDMI ports of their televisions and control with a remote control.
Vudu began in 2007 and started to offer high-definition movies in 2009. Wal-Mart bought Vudu in 2010 for $100 million.