The online subscription service Redbox has announced a new free ad-supported ad-saver vault that will be offered to those who sign up through its website or through its mobile app.
The Redbox vault is currently only available for those who have signed up for an ad-subscription plan through the site.
It will remain available for a limited time until March 15, according to a Redbox spokesperson.
The free ad vault will also offer a new perk that lets subscribers access a selection of curated content.
Redbox has a lot of partners and partners have been working to offer free ad services to their customers.
Its ad-boosting ad-blocker Adblock Plus and a new Redbox Instant Video service that allows customers to watch their videos in a single window are just a few of the ads-boosted apps that are available through Redbox’s ad-blocking service.
For its ad-spending efforts, Redbox plans to use a mix of ad-skipping and ad-hacking tools to boost ad revenue.
For instance, Red the app will show users that ads are being served in a new window rather than automatically opening the window when a user taps the search bar.
And it will automatically block ads for videos that are currently not being viewed in the app.
Redboxes ad-fraud team is currently investigating whether there are malicious software that can gain access to its data and steal user credentials.
Redbox is offering to pay $10,000 to anyone who can identify malicious software and then take down any malicious ad that the app receives.