Google updating Android Market for US phones to include books and movie rentals
July 13, 2011 Leave a comment
Google has announced a huge Android Market update, bringing a slew of changes, including books and movie rentals to users in the US. The update (for Android 2.2 and higher) will bring the ability to purchase books via your Android Market account, as well as rent movies through the Videos app (hey, we’ve seen that somewhere before) starting at $1.99. Google says they plan to expand this outside the US in the future.
Also coming are changes like new top picks, a new visual style, and web features like Editor’s Choice and Staff Picks. The Market will start rolling out in the next few weeks, and as soon as you receive the update you’ll be able to access the videos app to rent movies and buy books through the market with no changes on your end. Hit the break for a video overview.
Source: Google Mobile Blog