Google is upgrading user-owned SD and HD films in Play Movies to 4K for free, but only in the US and Canada. While the list of 4K titles is steadily growing, it's still an itty-bitty chunk of what's out there.
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Upgrades are dependent on participating studios making higher resolution content available, with the process starting in the Play Movies & TV client.
As for the Google Play Movies & TV app, it will let you stream your 4K movies on 4K Sony Bravia TVs, 4K Samsung Smart TVs and soon support for LG TVs, too.
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The Play Store began offering UHD content back in late 2016, and today will upgrade existing SD and HD movie purchases to 4K for free in the US and Canada. But the fact is, Apple hasn't been able to keep up with Apple which starts furnishing flat pricing for 4K movies in 2017 where the user could upgrade to 4K at minimal cost.
Meanwhile, they're also dropping prices on 4K content nearly across the board. You will have the opportunity to click through and see a full list of the upgrades as well.
We think watching in 4K should be a no brainer, so we're continuously working to make that a reality. Google is expanding the support for 4K movies to more devices. And finally, the Play Movies & TV app for Samsung, LG, and Vizio TVs has been updated 'with a modern look and feel to provide a better experience'. You're still going to have to re-buy those old Marvel movies for the increased resolution.