The subscription entertainment platform, which is available on both the Xbox 360 and PS3, and launched on the PS4 back in December last year, has officially landed on Microsoft's next-gen console today.
The service joins SBS On Demand and TenPlay as the only local streaming services on the Xbox One console.
The bad news for Quickflix subscribers - at least in the short term - is that you will still need a Gold Xbox Live account to use the service.
Microsoft is removing this restriction next month, allowing access to entertainment streaming services without a Gold account, which means it might be worth waiting a couple of weeks before signing up to Quickflix.
But now that Quickflix has landed on the Xbox One, it's only a matter of time until Foxtel Play and ABC iView appear alongside it, despite the fact the ABC is battling resource challenges in its rollout of next-gen console versions.
- So just how good is Microsoft's latest console? Read our Xbox One review to find out.