The official Google Play Music app for Google Glass, which was announced earlier this month, is now available to download, giving users access to their cloud-based music library as well as Google’s All Access music streaming service.
Google is in the process of rolling out an unexpected update for its official Play Music application, which comes pre-loaded on all Android devices. The upgrade brings a couple of interesting new features, including an “I’m feeling lucky” radio station and a rather useful user interface tweak.
Google has today enabled Google Play Music All Access in Mexico, just over a week after the service extended its reach in Europe. The service can be enjoyed both on the web and via the Google Play Music app for Android, and you can sign up now for a free 30-day trial.
Google has updated its international availability page for Play Music All Access. The search engine giant is now bringing its feature to Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and the U.K. – these 9 countries are the first European countries to receive the service.
Google is expected to announce a new Google Play Music update at its Android event — which kicks off in just a few minutes — but the APK has already been leaked and made available to download. In addition to SD card support (finally!), the update brings a new sharing feature called “Chromecasting.”
Google Search got a pretty nifty update today which brings some great new additions to Google Now, which include, telling your device to play music, receiving TV information and local offers if you are by a redemption point.
We’ve reached the final week where you can pick up Google Play Music All Access for just $7.99 per month. As of July 1, the price of the service will go up to $10.99 per month for new subscribers, but if you get in early, the lower price is locked down.
Google Play Music for Android has received another update adding the ability to share and delete tracks. This is the second time the app has been updated since it was overhauled at Google I/O earlier this month.