Google Play Movies & TV is available on Roku in the following countries: Canada, Germany, Ireland, United States, United Kingdom.
With the addition of Google Play Movies & TV, you now have more options than ever to watch the entertainment you love on your Roku player. From the hottest new releases to iconic classics, there’s a world of movies at your fingertips with Google Play Movies & TV.
Unlike the Google Play Movies & TV app for iOS, you’ll be able to buy and rent movies and TV shows directly through the Roku channel. Google just announced its own streaming box, which makes that move seem weird on the surface.
Google Play Movies & TV on Roku. To add Google Play to your Roku, just head to the Channel Store online or on your Roku and search for it. It’s also worth noting that this comes with a “Gift from Google” section which currently includes an HD copy of X-Men for free.
If you've committed your streaming dollars to one of Roku's recent offerings, you're about to get access to a load of new content. The company announced today that Google Play Movies & TV is now available in its Channel Store for folks in the US, UK, Ireland and Canada.
With the Nexus Player and Chromecast, we always thought of the Roku as a competing product, one that Google would like to stomp into the ground. That’s not entirely true. Today, Google announced that they’re bringing Google Play Movies & TV to the tiny streaming set top box...
Good news for Roku users - the Google Play Movies & TV app has landed on its streaming devices and dongles in the US, UK, Ireland and Canada.
In my opinion, the addition of Google Play Movies and TV is not a huge feather in Roku's otherwise superb content cap, if only because its offerings are mostly duplicative of services you can already get on Roku (including Amazon, Vudu and M-Go, to name a few).
Just in time for the weekend and binge watching all of your favorite TV shows and movies, Roku announced on Friday that it has added Google Play Movies & TV to its Channel Store in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada.
The Google Play "channel" on Roku seems to be modeled after the Chromecast interface in the latest Play Movies & TV update, including the automatic actor information that appears when you pause.