Google Play Movies has recently been updated and amongst the new features is one that will be available only for tablet users. The tablet specific change brings info card badges. Basically, those watching with the Play Movies app will now be able to press pause and get details about the movie. The information will include goodies such as details about the actors, related films and even what song happens to be playing in the movie.
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Google teamed up with the co-stars from Wedding Crashers Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn and held a Google+ hangout session. It was hosted by the one and only Conan O'Brien to debut the official trailer for their brand new movie. It isn't Google's movie but it's what many are now calling the "Google Movie" and both stars will be playing interns at Google.
Google have been hard at work bringing many of their music, books, and movies options to multiple parts of the world and today they've added one more. Overnight Google rolled out their Play Store Books and Movies to Brazil, and let everyone know with a quick post to Google+. Sadly Brazil is still waiting for Google Music, but this is the first step to bringing them more of Google's services.
+Google TV regarding their music and movie offerings. As many of you know, Google Play Music and Movies are only available in select regions and countries. A list that is even smaller for those wanting the services on Google TV. Today Google's announced the UK, Canada and more are all getting everything Google has to offer.
coming to both Google Play and YouTube. All of the new content will be available to either rent or buy.
YouTube and the Nexus Q companion app. YouTube was updated to version 4.0 for ICS+ devices, same goes for many older devices too. Along with both updates YouTube now fully supports the Nexus Q.
Google has just released a pretty epic video over on YouTube showing off just how great their Google Play Store is, and the fact that you can rent movies and watch them anywhere. It's all about Bananas and mirrors (watch the video.) In case you didn't know. You can watch half of the movie on a PC, and the other half on your Android tablet. Look at you Google, getting all creative and stuff.
Google Australia reports that the Google Movies section of the Google Play Store is now live down under, on both Android and the web.
Google said they've been hard at work developing content deals with multiple providers in both the music and movie industry they weren't kidding around. Today over on the Google Blog they announced a new deal with Paramount.
Google Play Google+ page, and Google has responded. Essentially, they're trying as hard as they can, but the intricacies of international content licensing are not for the faint of heart.