Thanks to yesterday’s onslaught of Google announcements, new versions of Google Play Music, Movies and TV, Google Play Store and Hangouts have began rolling out to users. Google continues to use staged roll-outs for their apps, a feature we’ve all come to know and love since I/O 13 just two months ago. If you’re like us and don’t want to wait for the updates to become available for your devices, we’ve snagged the APK’s for Google’s latest app updates for your downloading pleasure.
Google Play Movies received an update, taking on the Google Now-esque card-like design. A few more new features were added, too. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Love is in the air, and what better way to spend Valentine’s Day than to stay home and watch some schmaltzy movies together or on your own – especially when you can get them for cheap from Google Play Movies.
There is so much good stuff in the Android universe. We have amazing phones, tons of apps and games, and the best operating system around. Even with all that awesome at our fingertips, we are still looking to Android’s future.
After bringing Google Play Movies to Australia and Canada – as well as making it available in UK, Germany, and France – Google has announced that it is opening the door to its bustling movie and book store for Brazilian customers.
Google has made inroads into the content ecosystem through Google Play, offering not only apps, but also books, movies and music. While songs and movies have been available for download by American users for some time now, coverage throughout the rest of the world has been limited. We have good news, as Google has announced the availability of songs and movies to users in additional countries this month.
According to various reports, Australian and Canadian customers can now purchase movies from Google Play Movies. The price starts from 25 Australian dollars and 20 Canadian dollars.
Google Play deals: select games for $0.25, books for $0.99, music albums and movies starting at $3.99
Christmas came earlier this year, as we already told you yesterday, when first hearing about the Google Play deals celebrating 25 billion app downloads. That’s a pretty major landmark for everything Android, and we’re now happy to be able to share specific details about the discounts happening in Google Play.
The Google ecosystem got a fresh boost when Android Market was rebranded to Google Play. More than just a place to buy apps, Google wants to make the Play Store as the ultimate entertainment hub, with music, magazines, books, TV shows, and movies all available for purchase. While the diverse selection of content was initially available only for U.S. customers, more countries are steadily being included. Following the introduction of Google Play movies in the UK, Canada, France, Australia, Spain and Japan (as listed on its website) – now folks in Germany can get their movies fix on Google Play….
If you live in the U.S and own an Android device, you are one of the lucky people who are granted full access to the Google Play experience: Games & Apps, as well cloud-based content such as Music, Books, Magazines, Movies and TV Shows. Unfortunately, with the exception of games and apps, this cloud-based content is oficially available only for U.S. users, leaving the rest of the world in the dark. But as any geek will tell you, probably the best thing about the Android OS and the ecosystem around it is that there is a workaround for basically anything…