Google is facing a wave of complaints from users around the globe after it launched yet another service that is only available to those who live in the United States.
On one of its in-house blogs this week, Google revealed it had launched a new marketplace for its Android mobile platform, which dramatically expands the platform’s functionality, allowing users to rent movies and purchase books. The Android Market has also been overhauled in general to make it easier for users to find applications.
However, the book and movie purchasing functionality is limited to customers in the US only, a fact that has drawn the ire of customers located in other regions.
In the US, wrote one user in response to Google’s blog.
Also in the US, along with Google Music and Google Voice, both available in the US. Here’s to the centre of the universe — via redwolf.newsvine.com