June 29, 2012- The online app market for Google’s Android apps, music, movies and books will come this summer to Google TV. The company made the announcement on Thursday in a post on its blog from the developer conference they are hosting.
Google said that later during the summer, it would have video content available for purchase or rent through the Google Play that is available to Google TV. The company also announced on Wednesday that it was adding TV content to what it already offers in content, via the Google Play.
TV show episodes will be available for purchase or entire seasons can be purchased and played on a number of different Android devices including tablets and smartphones. Now, people who have devices that contain Google TV will be able to access the content of Google Play on their large screen TVs.
Google announced it had formed agreements with a number of different television studios including Sony Pictures, NBC Universal, Paramount, Disney, Bravo, Sundance and Virgil Films.
Google Play lets people also store their music in a cloud based Google service and access it through streaming on all Android devices. Now users will be able to access their music on devices that have Google TV. Google also said, as part of the announcement, it will soon be offering in-app payments for the apps offered in its Google Play store.