Google just pushed an update to the Play Movies & TV app with one big change – support for Play Movies in a ton of new countries. We count 37 in total, but the app's changelog says there are over 40. Either way, that's a lot of new places to get video from Google Play. That's in addition to the big Music expansion today. [Update: We spotted Aruba as well. It's been added to the list.]

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Here's the full list of countries that have just gotten video support through the Play Store.

  1. Aruba
  2. Benin
  3. Bolivia
  4. Burkina Faso
  5. Cambodia
  6. Cape Verde
  7. Chile
  8. Colombia
  9. Costa Rica
  10. Denmark
  11. Dominican Republic
  12. Ecuador
  13. El Salvador
  14. Finland
  15. Gabon
  16. Guatemala
  17. Haiti
  18. Honduras
  19. Ivory Coast
  20. Luxembourg
  21. Mali
  22. Mauritius
  23. Namibia
  24. Netherlands
  25. Nicaragua
  26. Niger
  27. Norway
  28. Panama
  29. Paraguay
  30. Peru
  31. Portugal
  32. Rwanda
  33. Senegal
  34. Sweden
  35. Togo
  36. Uruguay
  37. Venezuela
  38. Zambia

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The selection and availability of rentals will obviously vary from one country to the next (thanks, complex international copyright law). If you live in one of the above territories, the Play Store should show the new content now. Just make sure to update your Play Movies app.