As promised Google’s Android Videos rental service which was previously launched only on 3.1 Honeycomb – has been updated today to include versions 2.2 Froyo and 3.0 Gingerbread, meaning the G’s movies on mobiles are now possible.
Titles such as The King’s Speech and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 aided the May launch of the service in the UK which allows movie buffs to buy a new release title for £3.99 and also use a “pinning” feature which downloads the movie for watching offline.
Good news for Android and film fanatics who don’t own a tablet and for those on the move – the film rentals can be downloaded for a 30-days watch period, however once you start your chosen movie you’ll have 24-hours to finish it, without the fuss of running it back down the shop!
The Android Videos update also brings a few fixes for previous Froyo and Gingerbread bugs. Grab it today from the Android Market.
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