Posts tagged with: Google Play Music
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    A new Google Play Music iOS update has landed today, bringing even more features to Google's popular music management app. This update is surprisingly large for what we'd consider to be an already well-refined app, with more new features supplied in the changelog than the fixes. First and foremost in the update is the addition of gapless playback, meaning there'll no longer be a pause between the end of one song and the start of the next. It's easy to see how this could be a useful feature, so we're glad it's made the jump for our iOS device-toting friends. Users of the app can also now ...

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    Google already sells music to download through its Play Store. It already has streaming radio with the subscription All Access service. From an outsider's perspective, it might seem that – so far as music is concerned – Google has all its bases covered. But now a new report suggests that Google's got its eye on growth yet again, and could be looking to snatch-up another streaming provider in the hopes of improving its music offerings. That provider is Songza, and its claim to fame is that beyond just artist- on genre-based playlists, its service can deliver music tailored for ...

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    Need something to help you bite the bullet on a brand-new Nexus 7 2013? Google may have you covered. Its latest Nexus 7 2013 deal tacks on a few months of Google Play Music All Access to the purchase of the tablet. If you haven't already subscribed to All Access, or had a free trial in the past, you're eligible to get three free months of the streaming-music service. This is valued at just south of $30, which is a fairly decent discount (considering this tablet only costs $230). To recap the technical specifications of the device briefly, it features a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro ...

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    Last week saw Google updating a number of Android apps, and we told you about changes coming to Drive, Hangouts, Search, Maps, and more. Google's not a company to rest on its laurels, and this week brings along some new updates of its own. Among them, a new version of Google Play Music hits the Play Store today, delivering a few changes that sound decently worthwhile. For instance, Play Music now lets you manage your ten devices allowed to access your account straight from your phone or tablet. That means if you're trying out a new phone and want to get your music on it, you'll no longer ...

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