Russian customers of the Google Play store can now buy movies and books in the country, the internet giant said Tuesday.
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Book prices on Google Play start from 50 rubles ($1.6), and some books, mainly Russian classics, are free.
Movies cost from 99 rubles to buy or less to
rent, with users opting to rent after being given a 48-hour "window" to watch the film.
Films can be either watched online or downloaded on Android.
Users can also leave comments on books and films.