Google Taps Warner Music Group

 

  • Access to all of the major music labels
  • Standard definition at AU$24.99
  • HD versions at $29.99

Google is pumping up its Google Play Store and has signed a deal with Warner Music Group, giving it access to all of the major music labels.

 

  • Access to all of the major music labels
  • Standard definition at AU$24.99
  • HD versions at $29.99

Google is pumping up its Google Play Store and has signed a deal with Warner Music Group, giving it access to all of the major music labels.

This deal means hundreds of artists will now be added to Google Play’s already large selection of music, and it’ll now include bands and musicians like Green Day, Madonna, Neil Young, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Google’s Andy Rubin says that the company is “now working with all of the major record labels globally, and all the major US magazine publishers, as well as many independent labels, artists and publishers.”

Aussies Can Now Buy Movies

No news yet when this feature will be made available to Australian costumers but there’s good news though. Even if Aussies have yet to enjoy Google’s music store, they now can buy movies to own from Google Play.

While Google added the ability to rent movies back in April, the ability to purchase films through the Play Store has previously been unavailable for Australian Android users.

New release films start at AU$24.99 to own in standard definition, with HD versions costing $29.99. Older films can be picked up for a fraction of the cost as well.

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