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Google Play Movies & TV gets offline viewing on Chromebooks, info cards in Chrome browsers

Google Play Movies & TV gets offline viewing on Chromebooks, info cards in Chrome browsers

Google has unleashed a Chrome add-on for the video on-demand arm of its Play store, a move that also to combat the notion that Chromebooks die and wither away from internet connections. Just as promised, the add-on lets the ChromeOS devices store movies for offline playback — you know, those long flights or camping trips in places where Netflix doesn’t reach, like anywhere with Verizon FiOS. Unfortunately the trick doesn’t extend to Chrome browsers on other platforms, although you can still use the extension to view your library of content or purchase new stuff to watch. The Google Play Movies & TV extension also promises a better Chromecast experience, and the info cards about actors in a scene that rolled out on Android last year. Those are now available in all countries with Google Play Movies, so head to the Chrome store to try it out for yourself.

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Google Play Movies & TV gets offline viewing on Chromebooks, info cards in Chrome browsers


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