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The Google Play app for Android, iOS, and iPad allows users to watch downloaded movies and TV shows in their library for offline viewing. 
However, the Google Play app does not allow in-app purchases for iPhone or iPad users — this means you will have to buy or rent the title you want to download on your iOS device using a web browser first. 
Here's how to download movies from Google Play on Android, iOS, or iPadOS devices. 
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1. Launch the Google Play app, or download it from the App Store. 
2. Sign in using your Google credentials. 
3. In the upper left-hand corner, select the three horizontal lines to access the Google Play menu. 
Select the menu icon at the top. Meira Gebel/Business Insider
4. In the menu, select My library. 
Find My library and select. Meira Gebel/Business Insider 5. Here you will see the movies and TV shows in your library (titles bought or rented via Google Play). 
6. To download for offline viewing, select the download icon in the bottom right of the title's feature photo. Make sure your device is connected to Wi-Fi or a cellular network. If you don't see the download icon, you may have the title downloaded to another device. Google Play only allows a rented title to be downloaded to one device (if you bought it, you can download it on five devices). Be sure to remove a rented title from the other device before continuing. 
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The fall routine is in full swing now - back to school, back to jam-packed weeks - and mom and dad want a little break without feeling like they're abandoning the kiddies. Here's a way for everyone to have fun. Drop the children off for some games, socializing and snacking, then head out for a couples date night on your own.
Several centers on Long Island offer a parent survival night. Advance registration is required for all of them.
PARENTS' NIGHT OUT
My Gym, 128 W. Jericho Tpke., Huntington Station, 631-427-4967; 1320 Stony Brook Rd., Stony Brook, 631-751-5437, mygym.Com
Next session 6 to 9 p.M. Friday, both locations
Ages 4 to 9
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Cost $33; $18 for a sibling
Children practice gymnastics and sports skills, play board games and do crafts. They have a pizza dinner and cool down at the end of the evening with yoga. "Our whole motto is fitness made fun, so we make it active and connect with the kids," says co-owner Debbie Greenberg. Friday happens to be the My Gym franchise national Parents' Night Out, with all proceeds from the evening being donated to the My Gym Challenged America program, which assists children with special physical and cognitive needs.
KID'S NIGHT IN
Once Upon A Treetop, 151 Dupont St., Plainview, 516-349-1140; onceuponatreetop.Com
NEXT SESSION 6:30 to 9:30 p.M. Friday
Ages 2 to 7
Cost $30; half-price for siblings
Drop the kids off in their pajamas for a pirate-themed evening, then go out for dinner or just have some couple time. The kids will create pirate hats, hunt for treasure, make a treasure chest and enjoy cookies and milk. Once Upon a Treetop offers the nights once a month. "Every time we do it, it's a different theme," says owner Antonella Antonacci. "October will be carving pumpkins - come in costume." The staff ratio depends on the number and ages of kids signed up each month. Once Upon a Treetop will also arrange Kid's Nights on demand for a group of five children or more.
PARENTS' SURVIVAL NIGHT
The Little Gym, 138 E. Main St., Smithtown, 631-360-7777; tlgsmithtownny.Com
NEXT SESSION 6:45 to 9:30 p.M. Oct. 8
AGES 3 to 12; must be potty-trained
Cost $34; $28 for siblings
The kids play in the gym for about an hour, doing gymnastic-based games, playing with balls or a parachute that billows up and down when they hold it, as well as obstacle courses. Then they enter the party room for unlimited pizza and juice. They make a craft, and then go back into the gym for the remainder of the evening. The staff ratio is 8 to 1, says gym director Nancy Kovacik. "I think most parents go out to dinner," Kovacik says. Buona Sera Ristorante Pizzeria in Smithtown offers 15 percent off dinner to parents with their receipt showing that they've left the kids at The Little Gym that evening.
The Little Gym in Sayville offers a similar program, with snack and juice offered instead of pizza. The next night is scheduled for Saturday, from 5 to 7:30 p.M., $32, 10 percent off per sibling (631-563-0950, tlgsayvilleny .Com). Also, its counterpart in Greenvale hosts the program Oct. 1 and the first Friday of every month, from 6:30 to 9 p.M. For ages 3 to 9, $45, 10 percent off per sibling (516-513-0600, tlggreenvaleny.Com).
TGIF
Great South Bay YMCA, 200 W. Main St., Bay Shore, 631-665-4255; ymcali.Org
Ages 8 to 13
Next session 7 to 9 p.M. Oct. 8
Cost Free to anyone; register at the YMCA at 7 p.M. Friday and the child can come any Friday night through December. Must have birth certificate to register. A winter session begins in January.
Activities include karate, sports, movies, wood shop and arts and crafts.
Check your local YMCA for details about similar programs. For instance, the Patchogue Y starts its preteen program Oct. 15, and Glen Cove will begin in November. The Great South Bay YMCA also has a Teen Center for ages 13 to 17 on Saturday evenings, beginning from 7 to 10 p.M. Oct. 9. Other YMCAs also have teen programs. The Huntington Y Teen Center, for instance, begins on Oct. 16, from 8 to 10 p.M. "The kids are able to use the pools, the fitness center, they're able to use the gym for volleyball and basketball. They are supervised by YMCA-trained staff," says Joanne Courtien, director of marketing at the Huntington Y.