Google's answer to iTunes and very own online video on demand service, Google Play Movies features tens of thousands of movies and TV show episodes for you to rent or buy. From the classics to the latest blockbuster films to trending shows, you'll find them all in one place.
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Google Play Movies has a remarkably extensive library of shows and movies. Users can rent or purchase movies, as well as purchase TV shows by the episode or by the season. Latest releases available on Google Play Movies include Raya and the Last Dragon, Nomadland, and Sound of Metal, to name a few.
Google Play Movies only offers TV shows and movies for rental or purchase. Buying movies can start from $5.99 for SD or $6.99 for HD, while renting can start from $3.99 for SD or $4.99 for HD. For buying shows, episodes usually cost $2.99 for SD and $3.99 for HD. Just like iTunes, there's no rental option for shows in Google Play Movies.
Google recently announced that the Google Play Movies and TV app will no longer be available on any Roku set-top box or any Samsung, LG, Vizio or Roku smart TV beginning July 15. You can still access any rented or purchased content using Roku devices and the aforementioned smart TVs with the YouTube app.
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- Share content with up to 5 other family members with Family Library
- Bundle movies in digital box sets at a discounted price
GuideDoc impresses with an extensive and curated library of content that mainly consists of acclaimed documentaries. Whatever topic you have in mind, whether it’s art, environment, science, people, food, music, it’s all here. Best of all, watching its award-winning titles comes ad-free.
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GuideDoc has over a thousand documentaries and films curated from around the globe, including Frank Capra-directed films Tunisian Victory and Why We Fight: War Comes to America, and top favourites like Before Stonewall, Mad Dogs, and Instigated City.
Unlike other streaming providers like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video, GuideDoc does not have any original content.
You can stream GuideDoc documentaries on your Android or iOS devices, Apple TV or Google TV. However, it currently doesn’t have apps for Fire TV, Roku devices, and game consoles.
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