Google has introduced that its Play Movies & TV app will now not be out there for Samsung, LG, Roku and Vizio sensible TVs. Instead, Google will double down on YouTube as holding it the one place for watching films, TV reveals and different content material. As the Play app is shutting down, all of your previous purchases on it will likely be out there to you on YouTube, the corporate introduced. Furthermore, on your subsequent buy, you would need to depend on YouTube solely.
Along along with your previous purchases, your Google Play Credits can now be used on YouTube. The Family Library purchases on the Play app might be considered on YouTube however content material bought on YouTube wouldn’t help household sharing. Also, your Watchlist is not going to be out there on YouTube; Google says that you may arrange playlists.
Google provides that “YouTube app is available on devices that currently support the Google Play Movies & TV app. Content will not be viewable on LG NetCast and LG SimpleSmart devices. Rent and purchase features on YouTube may not be available on all devices. Subject to country availability.”
It appears Google is all set to tug the plug on its Play Movies & TV app; it has already taken first steps to cease the service on some gadgets, porting the content material of the customers to a different app which seems to be YouTube solely. The tech large can transfer the subscriptions and content material to YouTube which is clearly its higher identified app for consuming video content material. YouTube additionally has a Premium subscription tier that’s paid, providing the customers ad-free content material. It is but to be identified if customers are going to overlook the Google Play Movies & TV app. For the nonce, it seems to be unlikely.