Paramount Pictures has launched an official, verified YouTube channel - called The Paramount Vault - where you can watch full length films for free [if you're based in the US].
So if you don't have a netflix account and find yourself bored and nothing to do, maybe head over to the The Paramount Vault Youtube Channel and watch some free movies.
Understandably, the channel isn't exactly chock full of recent hottest movies, those you will still have to pay to rent those online, but there are plenty of hidden gems in the collection. Spend a few minutes scrolling through one of the genre playlists and you might stumble upon something that looks interesting.
The Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and the Tab S3 have High Dynamic Range or HDR capabilities, but due to lack of quality content, that has not been put into full effect so far. That's about to change though as Google's own Play Movies & TV will now support HDR on these devices. The extremely bright QHD+ Super AMOLED displays are perfect for watching HDR content on them so it's definitely good news if you own any of the devices.
The only thing is that the HDR content is only available in the US and Canada at the moment but it should soon be making its way into India and the UK as well. Rest assured that wherever you are in the world, you will most definitely be getting the same treatment sooner or later, provided that Google Play Movies & TV are available in your location of course. There are a few catches though and they are as follows.
1. The 4K HDR content in the library is only limited to a few movies like Batman Vs. Superman and The Amazing Spiderman 2 at the moment.
2. There's only one Android smartphone/tablet out there with 4K resolution and HDR support; the Sony Xperia XZ Premium
3. You will be spending a lot of data by streaming 4K content and a superfast internet connection with excellent download speeds is necessary to do that.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
Earlier today, Google posted teaser tweets from its Nexus and Android Twitter accounts implying the likelihood of the commencing of Black Friday deals. At that time, little information was available about what would be announced or even when it would be announced as Black Friday is still a couple of days away. In Spite of including the Nexus Twitter account for the teasing, it was assumed that there is a possibility that hardware sales might be announced.
When it comes to the offers, it seems like there are deals spanning across every category you would expect on the Play Store and with so many titles being listed, it's not possible to post all the detail here. But, to give a zist, there are games starting from 99 cents, "Amazing Music Deals", movies to buy from $5.99, "Hot TV Offers", Magazines from 99 cents, 50-percent off subscriptions, up to 70-percent off Coins and a whole lot more. The Amazing Music Deals is quite interesting as you can grab some albums for only 99 cents.
It is pretty much evident that this sale is not quite the 25-cent sale we saw in previous years, so we were a little disappointed. But at least,
consumers can still save some money, especially if there is some Google Play credits laying around. So go through Google's virtual store shelves and see if there's anything that you like. To view all of the deals, click on the link below:
Google Play Movies App has been updated to version 3.4.23 and like many other Google apps being updated in preparation for Android 5.0, Movies now has a fancy-schmancy Material Design logo. The old logo had a subtle Play Store-themed background, but version 3.4.23 uses the same slightly "folded" look we've seen from other updated apps.
In addition to new Material Design standards all over the app, Google Play Movies & TV has some special additions just for Chromecast users. Now when casting a video to your TV, your phone or tablet acts as a second screen info display, showing the actors on screen at the moment above the progress bar and playback controls.
Download the Play Movies App official APK from the link below.
Bored ? Having a long flight or a long ride somewhere ?
You can take advantage or your Smartphone/Tablet's Huge capacity storage (16GB - 32GB -64GB) to load some HD Movies. Wait! 1 HD movie will need 5-6 GB at least... NO, Now You can get HD Movies with a 700 - 900 MB in size which means your 16GB device can hold 3-4 HD Movies.
The compressed HD Movies is also known as BRip or Blu-ray Rip as they ripped from a the blue-ray disc of the Movie, they have an HD (720p - 1080p) resolution, Pretty decent sound Quality (AAC 2.0 stereo), locked at (23fps) matches your device's frame rate. All this, so that it won't drain your battery and consume your whole device power on 1 Movie. How to get such Movies and for Free, check out 123Movies ? Here's the Tutorial:
Step 1: Go to this Website HERE on your Desktop/Mobile browser.
Step 2: Type the Name of the Movie you want to Download and click Search. then choose the copy you want (720p or 1080p).
Step 3: On the Movie page click on "Download Torrent" or the Magnet link to start the Torrent downloading (Make sure you have a torrent application).
Step 4: Don't forget to get the subtitles too, if you want. Click on Download subtitle and choose the language you want.
Step 5: After Downloading is done, Copy the Files to your Smartphone/Tablet and Enjoy!
As 2014 draws to a close, it's time for us to look back on another year's worth of gratuitous movie pirating. And surprisingly enough, this year's most torrented movies weren't actually all that terrible. You've got taste, ya thieves.
Here's the Top 20 pirated Movies in 2014:
1. The Wolf of Wall Street (30.035 million)
2. Frozen (29.919 million)
3. RoboCop (29.879 million)
4. Gravity (29.357 million)
5. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug) (27.627 million
6. Thor: The Dark World (25.749 million)
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (25.628 million)
8. The Legend of Hercules (25.137 million)
9. X-Men: Days of Future Past 24.380 million
10. 12 Years a Slave (23.653 million)
11. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (23.543 million)
12. American Hustle (23.143 million)
13. 300: Rise of an Empire (23.096 million)
14. Transformers: Age of Extinction (21.65 million)
15. Godzilla (20.956 million)
16. Noah (20.334 million)
17. Divergent (20.312 million)
18. Edge of Tomorrow (20.299 million)
19. Captain Phillips (19.817 million)
20. Lone Survivor (19.130 million)
The first device to run Android TV is the previously leaked Asus Nexus Player, announced today alongside the Nexus 6 phablet and the Nexus 9 tablet. The Nexus Player is a set-top-box / console that you connect to your existing TV, and it even comes with an optional gamepad accessory.
Using that you'll be able to play Android games on your TV. The Nexus Player ships with a voice search capable remote in the box.
The remote lets you easily search for content by voice. Thus, to watch a movie, you only need to press a button on the remote, say the movie's name, and you should be able to see it immediately provided that it's available in Google Play. Because the Nexus Player runs Android TV, it will have access to Google's app store for Android, naturally. And content syncs across Android devices, so you can start watching a movie on your TV and finish it on your phone or tablet. This works for games too, with syncing of achievements and progress.
The Android TV home screen will show you personalized content recommendations, and the Nexus Player is Google Cast ready, so it's also got all the casting features of a Chromecast dongle built-in.
The console has a 1.8 GHz quad-core Intel Atom CPU inside, alongside support for 2×2 (MIMO) 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and obviously an HDMI out port to connect to your TV.
The Nexus Player will be up for pre-order in the Google Play Store on October,17th, and will become available on November 3. It will be priced at $99, while the gamepad accessory will cost $39. So the total for the whole Nexus player package is $138.