As announced earlier this week, the entire Star Wars movie collection, Episode I through Episode VI, is now available in Digital HD via Google Play, Amazon, and iTunes. Each movie can be purchased separately, or you can buy the Collection, which will save you a bit of cash. (more…)
For current owners or potential buyers of a Chromecast, Google is providing a few offers for you through a dedicated Chromecast Offers site, but since we have covered most of them already in past posts, we want to quickly point out that you can grab a HD movie rental through Google Play, for absolutely free. (more…)
For a movie lover such as myself, I have been spending way too much money on buying digital copies of my favorite movies. Now, my entire DVD collection seems basically worthless, as I continue to add to my cloud-based digital collection on Google’s servers. Thankfully, Google has a few great deals from time to time, making the process a tad less strenuous on my wallet.
Today, Google is hosting one of these awesome sales on Google Play, pricing a ton of great moves at just $5 a pop, all in high definition. Included in the sale are hits like The Hangover, 300, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Inception, Star Trek, The Matrix, Wedding Crashers, 21 Jump Street, Kick Ass 2, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. (more…)
A refresh to Google Search results for movies is apparently rolling out on Android, according to Google’s G+ page. I can’t say that I have searched for “show me Angelina Jolie movies” in a while (read: ever), but the beautiful new UI that shows after searching for that is very nice. You can see it in action below. (more…)