Free to watch for iPhone, Android and Apple TV owners, the latest “Rage” movie from director Robert Rodriguez is free to stream online on the new Apple TV and iPhone app, according to Apple.
As of this morning, users can stream the movie for free through the new iOS app, or download the new app from the App Store.
For those who have not had a chance to try the movie before, it is available for streaming on iTunes, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Roku and Google Play.
For the first time, a free movie on Apple TV is available on a streaming device.
Users can stream “Ragtime,” a film that is the subject of a lawsuit in which a woman alleges she was fired from her job after complaining about racism, in the new “Ranger,” which premiered on June 16.
The film is available to stream through the App store, Google Play and Amazon Video.
In its statement, Apple said the “Rampage” free movie was made available “as a result of Apple being the first major movie studio to bring an original movie to the Apple TV.”
It said that as of now, “Rance” is available “in the Apple App Store and iTunes.
Other streaming platforms, including Google Play, are also available.”
Rage: The Movie: Free to Watch on Apple Video and Apple TelevisionThe “Rashomon” movie was also available on the Apple Watch as well as the new iPhone App.
The new Apple and Apple TVs come with a free HBO GO subscription.
It costs $12 per month for the subscription and $49.99 per year.