Microsoft is looking to end their year with a new handful of apps for the Xbox One. Today, the company released five new apps for their next-gen machine, offering new potential means of entertainment for your 'Snap' needs, especially for music lovers.
Pandora and Vevo both make their debut, offering up their premium music services. Pandora offers up its slew of artists for personalized stations, while Vevo caters to the music video crowd, because music videos did not, in fact, die with MTV.
For TV, there's Bravo Now, offering up all of Bravo's shows, provided you have a supported cable provider. Telemundo Now offers full episodes of Telemundo shows and novelas es español, also with a supported TV provider. Finally, there's Popcornflix, an up-and-coming film provider offering new movies for free each day.
These additions come a week after Showtime Anytime made its debut on Xbox One, ending a strong year for Xbox One entertainment apps.