Microsoft announced late last year it would be rolling out over 40 new applications onto its Xbox 360 up until the end of spring 2013. One of those applications that was promised to be released was Flixster, which not only helps make your movie choosing a little more social, but the service also integrates with Rotten Tomatoes scores. It looks like Microsoft kept to their promise as Flixster is announcing its application has just officially launched onto the Xbox 360.

The Flixster app is a completely free download and will allow you to make your way through its service through Kinect or voice-based navigation. And for the first time, Flixster is making it possible for users to play back UltraViolet-linked video files in HD. We know there are probably more video-streaming services on the Xbox 360 than you know what to do with, but we’re sure you can somehow fit Flixster into your life if you’d like to learn how well recently released movies are doing, know what your friends want to see, or just watch an UltraViolet video.

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