The other day, we reported on the launch of ‘Google Play,’ the latest method for online consumers to access movies, music, books and apps through their various devices. This morning, the new service received yet another vote of confidence from a major Hollywood studio that will begin sharing its titles through the ‘Google Play’ rental library.
In recent years, multiple companies have decided to compete against iTunes by launching their own product so consumers can buy, rent and watch their favorite movies. It's a great way to have access to not only films, but also music, games and books. And now it looks as if Google has decided to enter the fray with 'Google Play.' But what exactly is Google Play and how does it set itself apart from the pack?