Way back at GoogleIO, Google showed off their upcoming movie rental service, releasing the service to the Motorola Xoom, promising that other devices would be added in "a few weeks." It's taken awhile, but it seems like Google is finally preparing to push the app out to a wider audience.
Several members tipped us about seeing the application in the market briefly yesterday evening, and while the app itself doesn't work on phone's yet, I was able to download it before it disappeared again. No word on when the application will be officially available, but hopefully this is a sign that it's almost ready. Anyone with a non-rooted device looking forward to having this on their phone?
After the break is a brief video shot by one of our readers (loukkra) showing off the app running on his Nexus S.
Thanks Small_law and loukkra!
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