Apple updated its iTunes Movie Trailers app on Wednesday with Fandango app integration.
"Movie tickets can be purchased using the Fandango app," wrote Apple in the app's description. Fandango is a US-based servicethat sells movietickets via telephone or the Internet.
Apple also included HD and SD quality for users viewing a trailer on the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with Retina display, as well as improvements to video playback.
"It now takes less time for a trailer to start playing," Apple explained. Today's update further listed unspecified improvements to performance and stability.
The iTunes Movie Trailers app provides movie previews, clips, trailers and featurettes for blockbusters and independent cinema, so users can explore movie releases, find showtimes, and get ticket information from their iOS device.
The latest 1.2.3 version of iTunes Movie Trailers is now live in Apple's App Store.