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Google has launched a number of different ways for users to consume their content, including the release of 125 movies in 4K on Google Play Movies.
In a blog post, Ben Serridge Product Manager Google Play Movies & TV, said that when Google first made movies available on Android (a little over five years ago), they were only available on Android devices in the US, and you could only rent movies from three major studios. “Today, Google Play Movies & TV is the most broadly available digital seller of movies & TV shows, with movies now available in 117 countries. And whether you’re watching on your laptop, at home on your TV, or on the go on a phone or tablet, we’ve got you covered. We’ve also added support for watching on iOS devices, via Chromecast on just about any TV, on your Roku streaming box, and on select Smart TVs,” he advised, adding that Google had recently added even more ways to watch:
“With Google Play’s vast catalogue of new releases and next day TV shows, you can explore the final frontier of space in Star Trek Beyond, fight zombies in The Walking Dead, or travel back in time to another age in Downton Abbey. And now with 4K streaming and VR viewing, you have even more ways to bring movies to life in ways you’ve never before experienced,” he declared.