A curious new movie pre-order feature has been introduced to Google Play users in the United States, allowing you to pay for upcoming movies ahead of their digital releases.
In addition to a Comic-Con inspired movie collection, hit the Google Play Store for a magazine subscriptions sale and games for as much as 85% off, including Assassin’s Creed Pirates for just ten cents.
Movies and TV shows purchased through the Google Play store can now be streamed through the Android YouTube app.
Google is excellent at catering for the US market and a few other Western countries, but it’s international efforts have been mediocre at best. That’s slowly changing though, as the company it’s expanding its media offerings to new countries.
Google just released a Chrome web app that lets you save movies from Play Movies & TV for offline usage. Now you can select the flicks you want, download them locally, and enjoy them on your flight, camping trip, or commute, hassle free.
Google Play Movies has now been updated, bringing a few minor UI enhancements, multi-account support and more.
Google has expanded their service area for Play Movies, Play Music and All Access. Over three dozen new countries around the globe now have access to Google Play Movies, bringing the total to well over 60. Four new countries gained access to Google Play Music, including the All Access subscription service, bringing the music to a total of 25 lucky countries.
Google is offering users a free movie download from Google Play Movies this Christmas, Will Ferrell’s Elf.
Google Play Movies access has expanded, as the service is now available in 13 more countries.
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