iTunes Movie Store Comes To 13 New EU Countries

iTunes Movie Store Comes To 13 New EU Countries

Late last month, Apple rolled out the iTunes Music Store to twelve new European countries. Now they’ve done the same for the iTunes Movie Store, so if you’re Bulgarian, Czech, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Slovakian, Slovenian or from Cyprus, hey, go nuts!

[via MacTrast]

  • Al

    hehe:

    “if you’re Bulgarian, Czech, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Slovakian, Slovenian or from Cyprus,”

    I think the word you’re looking for is Cypriot ;)

  • casey_live

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. I can’t download it with Polish subtitles or sound. Cholera! (Damnit!)

  • Edi

    NNordic countries got movies few weeks ago and still no subtitles. Fail!

  • Pedro

    Portugal also got it!

  • Karloboos1

    Croatia still waiting :(

  • MichalM.Mac

    It’s nice to have movie finaly available for us here in Czech Republic. Unfortunately – no Czech Subtitles – No problem for me but I think that this is dealbreaker for most people here.

  • Ric

    I’m in Portugal and we’ve also just got it but it’s a miserable choice of movies to start with.
    I’ll be sticking to my UK and USA accounts for a while yet.
    Pricing isn’t cheap here either at 4.99 euros for a rental. That’s way to expensive for a struggling economy like ours and will only serve to keep the pirates busy.

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