As previously outlined by the folks in Mountain View, Google Play Music and Movies have expanded to select countries in Europe today. A big gain for many users yearning for more on the Play store, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the U.K. will now be able to access the content on their Google TVs, smartphones, and laptops and use Google Music to manage their music.

Past purchasing music, European users will also be the first to try Google Music’s new syncing feature. Much like Apple’s iTunes Match service, Google Music users can keep songs synced across their devices thanks to the latest addition of Warner Music. The synching feature will come to users in the United States later, according to Google.

Sadly, users in Canada, Australia, and various countries across the world are still left in the dark and unable to access the 20,000 songs and various amounts of movies Google makes available through its content partnerships.

via Android Central

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