Google Cloud Plays Music, Movies. In addition to being able to access the songs that are stored on their home computers and laptops, they will also be able to access them on their Android powered smartphones and tablet pcs. Google has confirmed that they will continue offering this as a free service until it is out of its testing phase, which has not been given a conclusion date. The service supports iTunes and Windows Media Player so any current libraries can be uploaded easily. Google is also working on allowing users to rent movies from their cloud account, and will be available in approximately a week. Movie rentals are said to cost around $1.99, will be available for up to thirty days, and must be completed within twenty-four hours of when it was started being watched.