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Google may have plenty of reasons to be proud of its Android operating system, but when it comes to the Android ecosystem, another company may actually be having more success selling Android apps than Google is.
That company is Amazon, which last year launched its own Android app store, dubbed Amazon Appstore.
Disney UK has signed deals with YouTube and Google Play to offer rentals on selected titles such as Pirates of The Caribbean and Real Steel.
This is the company's first content agreement with Google in the UK, which will see films delivered online and mobile devices for £2.49 to £3.49 per film.
Customers will have 30 days from the purchase date to begin watching the rental, and once they've started, 48 hours to finish the film.
If you're a consumer, finding a buying your favorite tunes is as easy as opening up iTunes or heading over to Amazon.com or Google Play.
But where do you go if your business is in search of the perfect song for a presentation, corporate video or trade show event?
There are numerous differences between Apple's content ecosystem and Google's. One of the biggest: through iTunes, Apple offers a unified and arguably superior experience. Whatever you're looking for, be it music, apps or books, can be purchased and downloaded in a single place.
This apparently hasn't been lost on Google, which today announced that it's combining Android Market, Google Music and the Google eBookstore into a single entity dubbed Google Play.