Google has been a really busy bee in the past few months, as the company has just expanded its Play Movies and Music All Access services to a huge list of countries.
People in these new locations will be able to watch movies they’ve bought or rented from Google, and the same can be said about Music tracks. TV shows continue to be limited to people from the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Australia and Japan, with no plans to expand the list as of yet.
The full list has nearly 40 countries, including Bolivia, Cambodia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Finland, Haiti, Luxembourg, Mali, Netherlands, Niger, Norway, Peru, Paraguay, Portugal, Sweden, Venezuela and Uruguay.
Many more nations, including from Europe, still need to be added to the list, but Google has been adding more and more countries with each wave, so the hopes are up for everyone else that is not on the company’s good side yet.
As expected, the libraries differ from country to country due to issues with international copyright laws, but this is better than nothing.
Google Play Movies is now available in some 65 countries, while Google Music is only present in about 25 nations.