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…)
Got your eye on one of the new movies to hit Google Play in recent weeks? Maybe The Hateful Eight or Creed or The Last Witch Hunter? If you are nodding your head to that last one, please leave, because we are all shaking our heads at you. But if you are interested in those first two, both of which are great flicks, hit up the link below! Google is doing another 75% off movie rentals deal! (more…)
If you want to relax this weekend, kick back and watch a movie, you can redeem the following promo code on Google Play for 50% off of a movie rental.
From what I can tell, any movie you can currently rent is available for the promo, although, Google does a good job at collecting a few newer releases you might be interested in. (more…)
If you have yet to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens in theaters…wait, you’ve all seen it by now, right? No? Leave work this very minute and go see the damn thing. It’s amazing and should be experienced at least once in theaters by all. Then again, if you have been putting it off this long, I would imagine that you won’t listen to me and will instead continue disappointing humanity. So humanity disappointers, you don’t have that long to wait before you can see it at home because it arrives April 1. (more…)
This afternoon, Google published its “Best of” lists for content available for purchase/download through Google Play. The lists consist of the top selling movies, TV shows, albums, books, games, and apps of 2015.
In the “best games” category, games like Crossy Road, Candy Crush Soda Saga, Madden NFL Mobile, Minecraft, Lifeline, and Need for Speed No Limits make the list. As for apps, the “best” include the likes of Robinhood, Colorfy, HBO Now, Wishbone, YouTube Kids, Twitch, Peak, and Google Photos. (more…)
Google Play opened up a Cyber Weekend Deals special last night that you should definitely take a peek at over the next few days. You’ll find games for as low as $0.99, big discounts on in-app purchases, 50% off other apps and their subscriptions, music deals with albums as low as $0.99, new movies to purchase for $5.99, and books and other literature for super cheap.
To view all of the deals, hit up the link below. (more…)
The Chromecast is turning two! Crazy to think that Google’s little dongle (mind out of the gutter) has been around for two years already. I can’t really think of another gadget in recent memory that has made such a difference at such an affordable price. $35 out of your pocket and you have the ultimate streaming machine.
Anyways, to celebrate the birthday, Google is giving away a free movie rental. (more…)