Google have opened the doors to their Android digital movie rental store for UK users today.
After the service having been available in the US for some time, British film buffs can now borrow any of 1,000 flicks from the Google store, with prices beginning at £2.49. It’s a reasonable collection of flicks too, including recent decents like Hanna and cult classics like Reservoir Dogs.
Rentals are available for 30 days, but have to be watched within 48 hours after the first time you push play.
The Android rental store runs alongside the Google-owned YouTube rental store, though it is not yet known how many titles are shared across both platforms.
It’s the latest in a string of UK media launches for Google, following hotly on the heels of Google Books. Google are also said to be launching the Google Music digital download store in the coming weeks too.
Via: Daily Telegraph