Google update might just be the ultimate way to watch video on your mobile

Watching videos on your phone just got a lot more immersive thanks to a new update from Google.

Watching videos on your phone just got a lot more immersive thanks to a new update from Google.

The online giant has today added 4K Ultra high-definition movies to its Google Play Store, allowing you to watch your favorite films ion clearer quality than ever before.

Google has made 125 movies available for the initial launch on its Play Movies store, including the likes of Ghostbusters and Captain Philips.

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GOOGLE – Chromecast Ultra is one of the best ways to stream 4K video

The films are also rather on the costly side, with prices starting at $29.99 – although this does get your permanent ownership, rather than just rental.

Users can purchase films via the Play Movies site using their mobile device, with downloads sent straight to your smartphone or tablet.

Google is also offering a free 4K movie from its store with every Chromecast Ultra purchase.

The Chromecast Ultra is one of the few devices able to stream the 4K content, which also includes the Sony Bravia Android TV.

 

However, in order to download the films, you will need to be in either the USA or Canada – and there’s no news on a UK release date yet.

4K video content is growing hugely in popularity as more and more viewers get supported televisions.

The BBC launched its first Ultra HD 4K broadcast earlier this week, making it the first public broadcaster to do so.

 

 

via:  express


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