The deal that Google’s Nexus Media streaming service announced today will cost you $30 a month and let you stream your favorite movies and TV shows from Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, Vudu, and other streaming services on your Android smartphone.
The service is available to those with Android devices running Google’s Android operating system.
The price includes unlimited streaming for up to 50 minutes of live TV, but you can cancel at any time.
You can choose from up to two streaming options for each of the services you stream: Amazon Prime Video and Hulu Plus.
This is a major upgrade from the $14 a month plan that’s available for the Google Nexus Player, which was launched back in March.
It also means that you’ll be able to access your favorites from any device you already own, or from the Android Market if you have a compatible Android device.
You’ll also get all the basic features of the Android OS on the Nexus Media service, including voice search, a built-in microphone, a photo gallery, and a photo player.
Google said that it also plans to add more premium streaming services in the future, including video-on-demand and on-demand video.
You’re getting a lot of benefits for paying $30 for this service, but some caveats: You’ll need to sign up for the service and then wait at least a week before it’s available.
This doesn’t affect you if you’re already using the Nexus Player or other Android device with the Google logo on it, but it does affect how long you can get the service.
Google’s not just giving you free streaming, it’s also giving you a bunch of other perks.
You get access to the Google Play store, Google’s Play Music service, and Google Play Movies, among other apps.
This service also lets you sync your Google accounts, so you can easily access your data from the cloud, or you can just use it on the go.
You also get a bunch more apps that let you sync files, share videos, and play games.
All this can make it a nice value if you don’t have the budget to buy the Nexus TV, which costs $40.