Google’s ‘Movies Anywhere’ merges flicks from iTunes, Play, Amazon, and Vudu into a single library


Google today announced ‘Movies Anywhere,’ an on-demand platform that fetches flicks from Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, and (of course) Google Play into a single library. The new feature widens support for an already stellar feature called Family Library, where users in the same household can share movies between devices, so long as they’re linked to the primary account. Now, the feature has gone cross-platform, allowing movies from just about anywhere to be shared within the same household. Initially, titles are limited to a handful of studios — Disney, Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal, and Warner Bros. — but that should cover the…

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