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A new free app that encrypts movie content on Google Play will be available in India in March 2018, with its official launch set for March 10.
A user can download the free app dubbed ‘Movies for All’ on Android from the Play Store, and will be able to stream and watch movies through its mobile app.
Users will be prompted to input a valid email address when signing up for the app, and the app will automatically sync the password.
Users will be given a 30-day free trial period.
The app has also been designed with a unique “no-logging” mode to make it more secure.
The new app will allow users to download and watch films and TV shows without logging in.
Users can access the app through the Google Play app store, which is free for non-Google devices, while Google Play Movies will cost Rs 2.99 for a 30 day trial.
Users who do not have an Android smartphone, can download a standalone app on Apple App Store or the GooglePlay store for free.
A dedicated app for Android devices can be purchased for Rs 1.50 per month, while those for Windows phones will cost 50 paise per month.
The official launch of the app is set for Monday, March 10, with a few days of free trial available from the time of the official launch.