Google Movie Rentals go Live in the UK – Kind of
Just days after Google Books went live in the UK so too has Google Movies although not quite completely. The Android Market hasn’t been updated to allow you to browse the movies available to rent the way it was updated for books. As it stands you have to log in to YouTube and rent the movie from there, you will then see it appear in the videos app on your tablet. The service currently isn’t available for handsets as it is in the USA and I’m not sure if it’s available on tablets other than the Motorola Xoom. Movies are priced at either £2.49 or £3.49, Google says there are over a thousand to choose from currently but if you’re like me then there will only be a handful you’ll actually want to watch. Once you purchase a movie rental you have 30 days to begin watching, once you do you then have 48 hours of viewing time.
Have you tried out the rental service yet? How did you find it? Also be sure to let us know if it works on tablets other than the Xoom in the comments.
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