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Hands-on: Elegant bucket list app ‘Soon’ launches on Android

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

In a world that bombards us with things to do, it can be tough to stay on top of everything we think is worth checking out. Movies we want to see, music to listen to, books to read, restaurants to try, and places to go, there's just so much to do and almost no central way to keep track of all of this. You can use a simple list app, like Google Keep for example, but where's the fun in that?

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Hands-on: Elegant bucket list app 'Soon' launches on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Movies Anywhere comes to Comcast Xfinity and now supports 4K on Android [APK Download]

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

Two Movies Anywhere tidbits for you today, including its addition to Comcast's Xfinity and support for 4K streaming in the Android app. Subscribers with Xfinity On Demand or the Xfinity Stream app will now be able to take advantage of the huge catalog of blockbuster films.

Once you sync up your Movies Anywhere and Xfinity accounts, eligible purchases from various retailers will all be available in one place, at home or when you're out and about.

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Movies Anywhere comes to Comcast Xfinity and now supports 4K on Android [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Play Movies v4.9 includes several subtle UI tweaks and prepares Watchlist price comparisons [APK Teardown]

Thursday, December 6th, 2018

While most of Google's core apps have gone through some pretty monumental changes in their adoption of Google's Material Theme, many of the other apps have been slower to take on a new look. In some cases, like the latest Play Movies & TV app, the changes are also much gentler, spanning over the course of a few versions.

What's New

Unofficial Changelog: (the stuff we found)

  • Visual tweaks

Visual tweaks

We can begin the list of changes with a neat change to the splash screen.

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Google Play Movies v4.9 includes several subtle UI tweaks and prepares Watchlist price comparisons [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Google Play has savings on creepy movies, books, and TV in time for Halloween

Thursday, October 25th, 2018

That spookiest of days, Halloween, is nearly upon us, and to celebrate, Google's running sales on all the creepy media you could possibly want. Right now, you can score some solid discounts on seasonally appropriate movies, books, and TV shows on Google Play.

Horror and thriller flicks, from recent hits like IT and Get Out to vintage gems such as Alien and American Psycho, can be had for five to 10 bucks.

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[Deal Alert] Google Play has savings on creepy movies, books, and TV in time for Halloween was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Play Movies & TV will upgrade movies to 4K for free

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018

Google has announced a couple of significant changes to Play Movies & TV that will have a considerable impact on owners of 4K televisions. Starting today, some previously-purchased movies will automatically be upgraded to 4K quality once it's available. The price of newly-purchased 4K content on the platform is also going down.

We saw signs these changes were coming last week. Movies "from participating Hollywood studios" — that's Fox, Lionsgate, NBC Universal, Sony, and Warner Bros — purchased in SD or HD quality will be available to stream in 4K as soon as that quality is available.

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Google Play Movies & TV will upgrade movies to 4K for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Added sorting] Google Play Movies v4.8 prepares to enable 4K upgrades, likely making them free [APK Teardown]

Thursday, October 18th, 2018

Google added 4K movies to its library back in late 2016, following the launch of the Chromecast Ultra. Since then, many people — myself included — came to realize that there was one big oversight: It's not possible to upgrade your existing HD movies to 4K. There was no upgrade pricing or even an option to remove a movie from your account and then purchase it again in 4K at full price.

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[Update: Added sorting] Google Play Movies v4.8 prepares to enable 4K upgrades, likely making them free [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Play Movies v4.8 prepares to enable 4K upgrades, likely making them free [APK Teardown]

Friday, October 12th, 2018

Google added 4K movies to its library back in late 2016, following the launch of the Chromecast Ultra. Since then, many people — myself included — came to realize that there was one big oversight: It's not possible to upgrade your existing HD movies to 4K. There was no upgrade pricing or even an option to remove a movie from your account and then purchase it again in 4K at full price.

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Google Play Movies v4.8 prepares to enable 4K upgrades, likely making them free [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

As MoviePass collapses, Sinemia expands $30 unlimited movie subscription plan to more places

Monday, September 17th, 2018

The $10 unlimited movie subscription from app-based MoviePass seemed too good to be true when it launched a few years back, and indeed it was. MoviePass is in the process of imploding, but one of its European rivals has taken this opportunity to expand into the US, Canada, Australia, and the UK. Sinemia says its approach is sustainable, but it's also more expensive. You'll pay $30 per month for unlimited movies.

Since 2014, Sinemia has been operating in Europe, but it thinks the higher subscription price will appeal to other markets as well.

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As MoviePass collapses, Sinemia expands $30 unlimited movie subscription plan to more places was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

MoviePass attempts to put out dumpster fire by shooting self in foot

Tuesday, July 31st, 2018

The situation at MoviePass is bad. Very bad. With the value of the company having plummeted tremendously after a disastrous reverse stock split last week, MoviePass's owners are doing anything they can to stem the bleeding at the popular all-you-can-eat theater subscription service, and it looks like "anything" means making the service much, much worse.

I won't leave you waiting on the big changes: monthly pricing is going up 50% (to $14.95) and you won't be able to see most movies (anything opening on over 1000 screens) until they've been out for two weeks.

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MoviePass attempts to put out dumpster fire by shooting self in foot was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Play Movies & TV expands HDR cast support to Nvidia Shield TV, Sony smart TVs

Saturday, June 30th, 2018

Almost a year ago, HDR support came to Google Play Movies & TV by way of Google's 4K streaming dongle, the Chromecast Ultra. Now, compatible Sony smart TVs and the best Android set-top box in the game, Nvidia Shield TV, are getting support for HDR content from Google Play as well — but only if it's cast from another device.

Of course, you can't watch HDR movies on just any old screen.

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Google Play Movies & TV expands HDR cast support to Nvidia Shield TV, Sony smart TVs was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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