May 26, 2022

Google is removing the Movies & TV section from the Play Store and moving it to the Google TV app, the company says in a blog post. The next change will take effect from May. Google says the Google TV app will be a place for users to buy, rent and watch movies and TV shows on their Android mobile devices or tablets as they are no longer supported on the Google Play app.

The Company notes that your purchased content will remain available on the Google TV app, and purchases made on the Google TV app will continue to be eligible for Family Sharing and Google Play Points. You can still use Play Credits and Play Gift Cards for purchases in the Google TV app. Your wishlist is still available in the Google TV app. Google also notes that you can still view your Google Play purchases and request a refund.

“Google Play will continue to be your store for apps, games and books,” the company said in a blog post. “On Google TV, you get the experience you’ve come to expect from Google Play Movies & TV, with the latest releases, rentals, deals, and great recommendations for you.”

The company redesigned the Google TV app last year, adding a revamped user interface, expanded dialing recommendations, and more TV shows and movies to watch. Google has updated the look and feel of the app with new 16:9 widescreen movies and posters, giving the app a more “cinematic” look.

In addition, the app’s recommendation system changes based on what you’ve visited in the past, interests in your Google account, and content that’s trending and trending in your area. The app has expanded its content offering with on-demand content from new providers such as Discovery+, Viki, Cartoon Network, PBS Kids and Boomerang, as well as live TV services including, of course, YouTube TV as well as Philo. and Fubo TV.

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