updated 07:52 am EDT, Tue March 18, 2014
Play Movies and TV reaches 39 more countries on Android, 32 on iOS
Google has expanded the reach of two of its Google Play services, allowing more users access to its content. Google Play Music and Music All Access has been enabled in four more countries, while the Google Play Movies and TV apps gain increased language support and a service expansion into up to 39 new markets on Android, 32 new countries on iOS.
Play Music and Music All Access has been enabled in Greece, Norway, Slovakia, and Sweden, according to Android Police. Users can purchase music from the stores and subscribe to Music All Access, though the amount of music available between countries will vary considerably because of licensing agreement restrictions. The new additions brings the total number of countries Google Play Music and Music All Access is available in to 25.
The Android version of the Google Play Movies and TV app now supports 40 languages, reports The Next Web, as well as being made available in a larger number of countries. The new additions include Denmark, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Luxembourg, Mali, Sweden, the Netherlands, and Togo, among other countries. The support for additional countries extends to the iOS version, though only to 32, as the App Store is not available in some of the new additions that are enabled on Android.