Google Play is offering 4K movies to clients at HD price

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On the off chance that you acquired a motion picture in SD or HD from Google Play previously, make a point to start up the Movies and TV application when you can. Google will let you know whether your past purchases are presently accessible in 4K, and on the off chance that they are, you can get the overhaul at no extra expense.

For whatever length of time that you have the most recent adaptation of the Google Play application, you’ll have the capacity to stream the titles in 4K quality.

Google has likewise disclosed that it won’t charge the users additional for its 4K motion pictures any longer – they’ll currently cost the equivalent as their HD form on the stage.

Apple actualized a comparative level pricing plan in 2017, so it’s decent to realize that Google has made up for lost time in that regard.

As a pleasant reward, you’ll presently have the capacity to stream 4K titles straightforwardly through the Play Movies and TV application on bolstered Samsung Smart TVs.

That wasn’t generally the situation, and many individuals still needed to buy Chromecast Ultra. Google will before long reveal the capacity to play 4K titles without the requirement for another equipment to LG savvy TVs, too, and will likewise include HDR bolster for 4K Sony Bravia sets.

The Play Store began offering UHD content back in late 2016, and today will upgrade existing SD and HD movie purchases to 4K for free in the U.S. and Canada.

Upgrades are dependent on participating studios making higher resolution content available, with the process starting in the Play Movies & TV client. The latest version of the app will alert users which titles have been upgraded, with the ability to filter by 4K content.

You can download Google Play Movies & TV from here.

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