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Google launches video store app on iOS

Thursday 16 January 2014 | 10:32 CET | News
Google has launched an iOS app for its Play Movies and TV store. Apple users will now be able to watch content purchased on Play over their iPhones and iPads. They will still need to visit the browser version of the store in order to download and purchase content from Google Play, and streaming the content in the app only works over Wi-Fi. The TV service is currently limited to the US, UK and Japan. The app is available free on iTunes, in an initial nine languages.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Google
Countries: World
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