Android TV’s new Shop tab lets you buy movies from different providers | Engadget

    Google is about to make it a lot easier for you to buy and rent movies across streamers — for better or worse for your wallet. The company has announced it’s adding a Shop tab on Android TV, where you can browse, purchase and store movies.

    Though it looks a bit similar, the Shop tab differs from the Android TV’s Discover tab in a few ways. Both pages show content from a variety of streaming platforms, but the Discover tab displays recommendations based on your viewing habits, whether or not the titles cost anything to watch. On the other hand, the Shop tab only features content you can, well, shop. Instead of having to click through each app individually, you can see all the movies that are available to rent or buy across the streamers you subscribe to.

    The Shop Tab also has a Library section that displays every title you’ve purchased with your Google account on Google TV devices and its mobile app, Android TV devices and YouTube. Speaking of the Google TV mobile app, you can log in to it on your phone or tablet to download content from your Library for offline access later on. The wait to access this new feature shouldn’t be long, as Google reports that the Shop tab will roll out across the US and 23 other countries over the next few weeks.

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