Google simplifies sharing and adds microSD storage to Play Music on Android

09 Dec


Fresh off its world tour, Google Play Music is making it easier to store, shuffle and share your mobile tunes. For starters, Mountain View’s music streaming-and-locker service now lets KitKat users with SD-equipped handsets put cached tracks on their removable storage. If you want to listen to your favorite band’s songs out of order, Google has you covered there with a minor new feature that mixes an artist’s All Access catalog into random playlists. What’s more, there’s a new option that lets you share songs, albums and acts via typical Android methods too. In our tests, however, non-GPM users get “album not found” error messages when they click through the links, our friends just may think this is a gift from Google — guarding them from our incessant Katy Perry spam. by engadget

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Posted by on 09/12/2013 in IT


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