Google Play Movies

8 more countries can now access Google Play Movies

Do people still go to actual movie theaters? Do people still watch TV on the actual TV set? Some would say there are still "old school" media consumers who prefer to access their movies and TV shows in its original format. But a lot would say that digital content has already eclipsed movie tickets and TV viewership, or at least it's getting there. Google Play Movies continues to expand its reach of bringing this digital videos to your Android devices, and now 8 more countries have been added to their list.

Disney movies to come to all your Android devices soon

If you've already reached your saturation point for the ubiqutous animated movie about ice queens and talking snowmen, then you just might have to brace yourself again, if you have Android devices that your kids love to use. Walt Disney Studios and Google Play have inked a partnership so that Android users will have access to all Disney, Pixar and Marvel movies that they'd like to buy, wherever they want to view it.

Roku adds Google Play Movies & TV to its feature list

Before there was Android TV, before there was Chromecast, there was Roku. Now almost a household name for streaming set-top boxes, Roku has found itself besieged with formidable competitors, forcing it to catch up in some areas. And catch up it does with the release of Google Play Movies & TV on the platform, giving Roku owners more sources, variety, and content to choose from and watch at their leisure.

Google Play Movies and TV app gets updated

Who doesn’t want to end a tiring day watching your favorite TV show or a movie? I couldn’t think of one because most geeks I know are entertainment buffs too. Android fans should get more excited now that Google just updated the the Google Play Movies and TV app.

Google Play Movies now allows pre-ordering of new titles

Are you one of those movie buffs that are constantly checking on when the film that you recently watched will finally be available online so you can watch it all over again? Well, you don't need to go to IMDB or Metacritic or whatever site you use just to see if they're already available digitally. You can now pre-order them from Google Play Movies, even while they are still showing in movie theaters, and once they're released online, you get the film "delivered" to your linked smartphone or tablet.
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