Google is shutting down Google Play Movies and TV apps for Samsung, LG and VGO smart TVs as well as Roku devices. Come June 15, 2021, you will no longer be able to access the software on these platforms. Instead, you have to go Via YouTube To view any content you have purchased in the past. Any Google Play credit associated with your account will still be there, allowing you to purchase new movies and TV shows. However your watchlist will not move and support for family sharing is more limited.
Google , But it wasn’t noticed by most until the websites were liked And The company released the stories in a shutdown today following an email sent to users. Apparently, Play Movies and TV itself aren’t joining Google Cemetery on June 15th. Google has finally planned to integrate the app with its new one However it is an ongoing process including the former which is still available for download on Android and iOS
Google is closing Google Play Movies and TV apps for Roku, Samsung, LG and VGO smart TVs on June 15, but past purchases should be found in YouTube apps for those platforms and you can use Play Credit with YouTube. Watchlists will not be moved though. pic.twitter.com/WJh0qAYTPg
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