This means that from June 15 this year, users will no longer be able to access the software on those platforms, and instead will be able to watch their content they have purchased via YouTube.
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All Google Play credits, ie money associated with the user’s account, will remain on the platform, which will allow them to purchase new movies and TV series.
It should be noted that Play Movies and TV will not be buried forever on June 15, as Google plans to permanently merge the app with the new Google TV software.