Google already has a huge library of movies that it lets Android users rent or purchase through apps on their devices, so it won’t really be impossible for the company to come up with a new service that lets users stream all of those movies provided that they pay for the subscription every month. While Google has not confirmed any plans of doing this as yet it’s believed that the company is working on a Netflix-like movie streaming service.


Netflix is on the list of companies that are leading the way right now in online video streaming, the company’s content library include movies, TV shows, documentaries, original content and much more.

So far it hasn’t been reported that Google wants to replicate all of that, instead it’s believed that the company merely wants to offer a subscription based service to people only for movies.

A screenshot has surfaced online which shows a question from a recent Google survey, it asks people if they have a “Google monthly movie pass?” This question is sure to catch your eye because there’s no such thing as a “Google monthly movie pass” right now.

Could the survey potentially have outed a new service that Google is currently working on? The company didn’t say anything about it at I/O 2015, so who knows if and when Google is going to announce it.

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