Yes, Google Play Movies, the ubiquitous half of the parent movie streaming service, adding supported countries to their impressive list. In March this year, Google has reached more than 40 countries and is now 21 in further addition.
The newly added list of countries of Google is as follows: Albania, Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Slovakia, Tajikistan, Thailand , Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
International copyright law will ensure that the availability list is for the rental and Downloads variable and convoluted from country to country. But this new list - will bring the support of mainly European countries - will ensure that the service is now available to a wider audience, provided of course that they can update their Play Movies app. About the app - The path is working in the app that film and TV content will be made available - they can be either rented or purchased.
An innovation on the app is that with a new update in June, movies and TV episodes can now be viewed offline via an extension in Chrome, Google's browser - but the update is specifically for Chromebook users. This gives the ability to play Movies users, invite their favorite shows and watch them at a later date. The specific Chrome extension is in the Chrome Web Store.