I was going to say this is not Android related, but if you think about it, this news most certainly is. Announced via the official Star Wars website, Episode VIII will be called “The Last Jedi,” still set to hit theaters December 15, 2017. (more…)
Google is hosting a little deal on movie rentals through Google Play, offering up $0.99 rentals to those with a special promo code. (more…)
This may seem silly to some people, but you know what, I enjoy Harry Potter. There, I said!
For a limited time on Google Play, you can grab the entire Harry Potter movie collection in HD, Sorcerer’s Stone (aka Philosopher’s Stone) through Deathly Hallows Pt. 2, all for the price of $49.99. That’s down from its usual price of $103.92. (more…)
The Google Play Family Library that was announced this morning by Google is already going live some users, including us! Because there is a lot to learn here, we thought a quick “how to” post was needed in case you have any questions on how this all works.
This is how to setup the Google Play Family Library. (more…)
Today, Google is introducing the Google Play Family Library, giving families the opportunity to share purchases from Google Play across accounts, so that everyone always has access to movies, TV shows, apps, games, and books. The service or feature is free and will be available over the next few days in a variety of countries, including the US.
So how does this work? As noted above, if opted-in, you will be able to share “eligible” apps, games, movies, TV shows, and books with up to six (6) family members. You’ll notice that music isn’t listed – more on that in a second. (more…)
For a limited time, Google is hosting a sale on select movie titles in HD, something I think we saw a lot more often back in the day. Regardless, these types of sales don’t happen too often, so you might as well check them out in case you are interested in beefing up your digital movie collection. (more…)