One of the goals of the big G with the Google Play Store is that our results are as intuitive as possible. That is, if we look for anything, not only have to appear that, but additional results that can help us in our search and can provide us with something else. Now, Google plans that if you're looking for a series or movie in your store, I also show you the apps that broadcast that content.
Tips to buy applications on Android without making mistakes
Buying an application can be complicated for many who are not initiated into it. We give you some tips not to do it wrong.
Now Play Store will also show you which apps broadcast content
This function as usual in Google is only activated in certain users prior to its implementation in Android completely. Fortunately it has come out, although it has some flaws that show that this is still being tested. Here is the graphic example.
If we look for, for example, Mr. Robot, it will be in this case Amazon Prime Video, the streaming service premium from Amazon. The same happens if we look in these cases for Downton Abbey (don't kill me for having written it wrong) or Parks and Recreations.
It is a very useful solution, although right now it is in diapers. For now we only get Amazon Prime Video, and although there are more platforms it does not show them to us (something ironic knowing the competition between Amazon and Google). If you think Netflix should appear … well, it is not in the list of streaming video apps recommended by Google.
Google cleans the Play Store of copies of Fortnite and adds an alert
The Google Play Store has received a remarkable cleaning of copies of Fortnite while publishing a notice in its search, something indito in the app store.
Obviously the results in Google services will come first. If the movie is in Google Play Movies, it will be there first, and the same goes for the series, although in this case it is more possible that the books related to the work will come out. It is to be assumed that this will move forward, since although Netflix is not recommended by Google, it is the worldwide streaming service leader, in case Google suits these results as well.