Google Play Movies & TV update helps you save money on new content

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Google Play isn’t just a super convenient way for finding Android software and media to enjoy on your device – it can also be a great place to find some deals. Whether it’s a big store-wide sale or just one content provider offering users some discounts, new deals are always out there, waiting to be found. The problem for most of us is keeping on top of it all: how do you make sure you don’t miss the next big price-cut on the media you’re looking for? A new update to Play Movies & TV this week helps out with just that, giving you a heads-up when your favorites go on sale.

Play Movies & TV version 3.10 picks up a few useful tweaks, like a new setting for enabling and disabling auto-play “binge watch” mode, as well as improved playback reliability.

As for those sale notifications, the feature is all tied to your Play Store wishlist. When you’ve got a movie or a TV series bookmarked in your wishlist, Play Movies & TV can now deliver a notification when there’s a price drop.

In addition to that mode, you can also get notifications for TV shows when additional episodes or even complete seasons become available for purchase in the Play Store.

The updated Play Movies & TV is out now, available for download from Google Play.

Source: Google Play, Android Police

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