Skip Nav
Tech Tips
The Easy Way to Block Contacts From Sending Messages or Calls
Humor
17 People Who Emoji Better Than You
Tech Tips
How to Create a Wedding Hashtag No One Else Will Have

YouTube Movie Rentals

Coming Soon: New Releases For Rent on YouTube

According to a weekend report in the Financial Tmes, Google is working with major Hollywood studios to add streaming movie rentals to YouTube sometime this year. People familiar with the deal say the rentals would be available at the same time as the movie was released on DVD and cost users around $5 to watch.

Get more details about the rumored new service when you keep reading.

Unlike the rental service offered by Apple's iTunes, these movies will not be downloaded to your computer; they will stream over an active Internet connection. The service will likely mirror the current YouTube video store, which features movies from smaller studios, Bollywood, and documentary films. Current store rentals are available for 48 hours after purchase.

Image Source: Thinkstock
Around The Web
Join The Conversation
New Movies on Netflix in May 2017
Reasons New Moms Cry
Peruvian Chef Franco Noriega's Naked Cooking Videos
Women of Color Wage Gap (Video)
Google Doodle Honors Microloan Pioneer Esther Afua Ocloo
Pretty Girl Names
Sean Spicer Muppets Mashup Video
Spring Makeup Inspiration From Latina Beauty Vloggers
Books and Movies That Will Make You Cry on a Plane
Floral Nail Art Tutorial
From Our Partners
Latest Technology & Gadgets
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds