December 13th 2011 11:10 am PT

New Apps now available for your Xbox 360

Following up on last weeks Xbox 360 system update, today we have released the following twelve customized entertainment apps to the Xbox LIVE service:

  • blinkbox (UK): blinkbox gives access to a wide range of movies online. With more than 10,000 movies titles movie fans can watch their favorite films immediately with no additional subscription required.
  • iHeartRadio (U.S.): Listen to more than 800 of the nation’s most popular live broadcast radio stations from 150 U.S. cities or create your own Custom Stations with the New iHeartRadio.
  • MSN (Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Mexico, US and UK): MSN brings you the latest breaking news, sports, celebrity gossip and more from around the globe. MSNBC content is available in the U.S. version of the app only. 
  • MUZU.TV (Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and UK): MUZU.TV the music video site, offers nearly 80,000 music videos at your command. Brand new releases from the world’s biggest artists, great music videos from every decade, up and coming bands and the latest music news and interviews.
  • Rogers On Demand (Canada): Rogers On Demand provides select TV shows and movies to everyone for FREE. Rogers customers can also catch up on their favorite premium programming anytime, from anywhere in Canada.
  • SBS ON DEMAND (Australia): SBS ON DEMAND is a catch up TV service that lets you watch full episodes, of your favorite SBS television programs.
  • TMZ (Canada, U.S.): Your all-access pass to the latest TMZ entertainment stories and breaking news videos everyone is talking about!
  • RTVE (Spain): Complete episodes from series, news programs, documentaries and the best Spanish audiovisual content from RTVE.
  • Verizon FiOS TV (U.S.): Get Verizon FiOS TV with 26 live channels like MTV, Spike, Food Network, Comedy Central, HBO, CNN and Nickelodeon – with more to come. Plus with Kinect, change channels with your voice.
  • YouTube (Available in 24 countries globally**): From your favorite web original video to gaming tips, a universe of compelling content is available through YouTube on Xbox LIVE.
Edit: Updated partner information.

*Xbox LIVE Gold membership and/or additional subscriptions/fees may be required. Kinect functionality available with select Xbox LIVE content and varies by feature and country. For additional details and availability, see
** YouTube available in the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany , Hong Kong, Ireland, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Singapore, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States, South Africa.


Xbox 360, Xbox Live By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • bitterbitterme9

    do i need a tv licence to watch the bbc i player when it comes out in 2012 

  • Joel Clough

    When will the xfinity app be available?

    And why Can’t I sign in here to post a question using my windows live id… everything else including g**gl* but not windows live or my gamertag!

  • Brian Langford

    Will the Xbox 360 gain support for YouTube’s 3D modes?

    • Andy

      Why does the Xbox prevent me from deleting them?

  • Andy

    Why can the Apps not be deleted?

    • W.G.

      They can be, you have to delte them directly from the hard drive.

  • Paul Steven Briffett

    As usual you need Gold to use any of the apps. Even though everywhere I’ve looked it says “SOME apps may require Gold.” And Demand 5 is full of adverts anyway apparently. Stupid.

  • Anonymous

    I am having “Major” problems with the netflix app. 

  • Dave

    heads up canadians; rogers on demand is a useless download if you’re not with rogers  (even though they say otherwise)
    what a joke that was.

  • Bart Reding

    What’s wrong with adding Belgium to the Youtube list?

  • Hood Locsta

    whan the other apps comin out

  • Jeisson Beltrán O.

    What happened with YouTube for Colombia?

  • Dayvon Mykel

    Any news on when Time Warner will finally figure out how to allow its customers (who are able to use full ESPN3 live streaming content on any other platform) to use the full ESPN app on 360 to actually watch live games?