orb3000 · Jul 19, 2011 at 12:00 am

Google Videos app, in case you can´t see it on your market

Google Videos Android application allows users to rent movies with just a few clicks and start watching them almost instantly. It may happen that the app is not appearing in Android market on your phone but thanks to XDA member MaSt3rGrIfF now you can download it without leaving your beloved XDA ;). In order to be able to install it, you must go to settings – Applications – and ticking the “Unknown Sources” check box (select OK on warning). Some members reported this to not be working on rooted devices.
Keep in mind that if the app didn’t show in your market it may be because the service is not available in your region/country yet, and even if you install the app manually it won´t let you use it. However, you will be able to see the most viewed/rated content.

Originally posted by MaSt3rGrIfF
[APK] Google Videos

I didn’t see the new Google Videos apk uploaded anywhere yet, so I figured I’d put it up here for anyone that might need it. Please mirror if you can, all I have is Dropbox and Filesonic. Hope this helps!

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