Microsoft is introducing a cloud-powered video streaming service called ZoomFree, and it’s available for $4 a month.
ZoomFree is free to sign up for and will offer up to 1TB of storage on the Xbox One, but it costs $4 per month.
ZoomFree will also include a $3.99 in-app purchase that gives users unlimited access to unlimited video streaming on Xbox One.
Zealand’s new Xbox app, however, offers a better deal, with a starting price of $19.99.
The company said the new app will “help you create the perfect home entertainment experience for you and your family,” and it will have “a curated playlist of the best video content and the most popular movies, TV shows, and sports.”
It will also have a “community of Xbox Live friends and fans” that can help you find content and events.
Microsoft said it has been in the video streaming game business for about a decade, but has focused on apps for video and audio content.
Its Windows Phone app, for example, has about 50 million active users and it is available on all major platforms, including the iPhone, Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux.