Google Play Movies Expands Streaming HD Video Content to More Regions

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Good news for those of you in Belize, Jamaica, or Papua New Guinea looking to enjoy some streaming movies.

According to Android Central among many other reports, Google Play Movies has added thirteen countries to its list of countries that it services. This move almost doubles the amount of countries the service reaches to 27.

Google Movies Expanded Countries: Antigua & Barbuda, Belize, Botswana, Fiji, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Nepal, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago and Zimbabwe.

Google Play is the primary store (basically the equivalent to the App Store for Apple iOS users) for Android Apps, Games, Movies, and TV programs on your favorite Android devices.


Limitations of Google Play Movies – Where Can You Access Google Play?

The TV section of Google Play Movies remains restricted to a very select few countries, namely the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan, so this expansion is somewhat limited. Nonetheless, this is great news for a number of countries that aren’t usually the first to get served by the streaming media community.

Previously supported Google Play Store availability was limited to the United Kingdom, United States as well as Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, India, Japan, South Korea, & Spain.

Google also has a per device list on restrictions of Google Play. So if you want to know where a Nexus 7 will work with Google Play, visit this Google Play Support Page.

Looking to get access to content restricted in your country on Google Play? May we suggest a few good VPN providers for unblocking geo-restricted content when you travel. Nothing is worse than buying a movie or book only to be unable to use it because you are traveling for business!

Top films currently on Google Play Movies include Superman: Man of SteelWorld War ZThe Great GatsbyStar Trek: Into Darkness, and Room 237 – a personal favorite around office documenting some zany theories on the true meaning of Kubrick’s The Shining.

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