Google bringing movies to Android

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The news just keeps rolling in for Google at their keynote conference. Just announced is the new movie rental service through the Android market (similar to Google books) which will allow users to rent movies for 30 days. The rentals will be available on any Android devices (tablet, mp3 player, phone) and the web as well. In a fantastic planning approach, Google has even given you the option to “pin” the movies to your device in cases where there is not network access. This will be available for the new Android 3.1, which is set to be delivered in the following weeks, unless you happen to be a Verizon XOOM owner who gets the lucky update pushed out today.

source: android central

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Allen Schmidt

Allen is a former contributing editor at Nothing But Tablets, which was merged with Pocketables in 2012.

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2 thoughts on “Google bringing movies to Android

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      From what I gather, it will be implemented the same way Google Books is, once you get the update. I don’t think this is taking the same road as Music Beta.


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