You can now create radio stations based on your favorite playlists in Google Play Music for Android. The feature has been added to the Play Music app in a new release rolling out this week.
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Have old devices connected to your Google Play Music account, using up your quota? You can finally deactivate them directly from your Android device, thanks to a new update rolling out now via the Play Store.
Is it your wish to try out Google Glass, and have you missed every opportunity to do so thus far? Well, if so, and you are a Play Music All Access subscriber, it looks like today may be your lucky day. To celebrate the successful launch of Google Music for the new version of Glass, the team at Mountain View is sending out invites to users who have already subscribed to the monthly service on either their Android- or iOS- powered smartphones, giving them the opportunity to “sign up” to the Explorer database, which, in turn, will give them the facility to purchase their very own Google Glass unit.
Earlier today, Google launched its Google Play Music All Access streaming service in Germany, just four months after it extended its reach to Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and the U.K — thus meaning that the search engine giants European rollout is now considered “complete.” The service can be enjoyed on both the web and via the official Google Play Music app for Android and iOS, and to sweeten the deal you can also sign up for a free 30-day trial.
A new Google Play Music update is rolling out now, and it brings with it a number of small but significant new features — one of which is the ability to specify where your downloaded music is stored.
The APK also includes code that hints at SD card support for All Access (Google’s music streaming service), Sound Search integration, and URL sharing.
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 has updated its Play Movies and Play Music applications on Google Play bringing the ability to stream 1080p video directly to a Chromecast unit, from a device running Android 4.3.