Microsoft reveals the Xbox One apps available during system's "launch window"

The first wave of apps is slated to appear on Xbox One between November 22 and spring 2014.

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Microsoft confirmed the apps that will be coming to the Xbox One between launch on "Nov. 22 and spring 2014" in a blog post on Xbox Wire this morning. Since many of the apps are television-based, the list is slightly different for each country.

Microsoft has not stated which specific apps will be downloadable at the Xbox One's launch, but we'll update this story as that information becomes available. Here is the current list of confirmed apps sorted by country:

United States: Amazon Instant Video, Crackle, CWTV, ESPN, FOX NOW, FXNOW, HBO GO, Hulu Plus, Machinima, MUZU TV, Netflix, Redbox Instant by Verizon, Target Ticket, TED, The NFL on Xbox One, Twitch, Univision Deportes, Verizon FiOS TV, VUDU

Canada: CinemaNow, Crackle, Machinima, MUZU TV, Netflix, Rogers Anyplace TV, Sportsnet, TED, The NFL on Xbox One, Twitch

Australia: Crackle, Machinima, MUZU TV, Network Ten’s tenplay, Quickflix, SBS On Demand, TED, Twitch

United Kingdom: 4oD, Amazon\LOVEFiLM, Blinkbox, Crackle, Demand5, Eurosport Machinima, MUZU TV, Netflix, NOW TV, TED, Twitch, Wuaki.tv

In every market, the Xbox One will also include the following apps: Xbox Fitness, Xbox Video, Xbox Music, Internet Explorer, Skype, SkyDrive, and Upload. You can check out the blog post on the Xbox site for listings in Austria, Brazil, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain.

The Xbox One launches worldwide on November 22.

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