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Vimeo makes it easy to find purchased videos on your phone

You can also download them for offline viewing.
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As great as Vimeo's On Demand video service is on platforms like Roku, the mobile experience needed some work. With that in mind, Vimeo has released an updated version of its iOS and Android apps, giving users easy access to videos they've subscribed to, bought or rented. The new "Purchases" library also lets you download content to view offline, for those times when you're not connected to WiFi.

Up until today, paid purchases were only available through the Watch Later list, which wasn't as intuitive as the fresh layout that's being rolled out now. The bad news is Vimeo still makes you go to the desktop site to buy anything. Either way, you can grab the update now from the App Store or Google Play.

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