Google today announced a major revamp of Google Play Music. The company’s “fresh take” on its music streaming service is “smarter, easier to use, and much more assistive.” Like with almost all other services from Google, Play Music now uses machine learning to help play the right music for you depending on your location, mood, activity, and weather.
New Machine Learning Powered Google Play Music Streams Content Based On Your Location, Time and More
Families like to share content, from books, TV shows, and movies, and making that as easy as possible is key.
To celebrate the 4th of July, Google is offering new subscribers with four months of free access to Google Play Music and YouTube Red. A monthly subscription to Play Music and YouTube Red usually costs $10 per month, so you are effectively saving $40 with this promo.
As Google’s Android platform has picked up steam, so has the Google Play Store, where Android users find their digital content.
On Tuesday, February 17, Google officially released the newest update for Google Play Music, and for any users out there waiting for an iPad app, it’s a good day.
Android customization app Themer last week was pulled from the Google Play Store following a complaint from Apple. It’s been a week since the take down notice and the app has not returned to the Android app store. According to TechCrunch, the complaint focuses on one of Themer’s 200 themes, which allegedly included a theme with iOS 7 icons that infringe on Apple’s patents.
Google hasn’t been shy about supporting the iOS platform. Thus far, the Android maker has introduced apps for its Google Music service, Google Drive, Google Search, Google Maps and more. Now, the company has added its Play Movies and TV streaming content to its iOS app lineup.
Google today released an iPhone app for its Google Play Music streaming service, but like most other music streaming services, it isn’t available in all countries.
If you live in one of the unsupported countries, here’s a simple trick to get Google Play Music to work on your PC/Mac and iPhone.
As expected, Google has finally released the native app for Google Play Music today.
Google had launched Google Play Music “All Access,” its music streaming service in May, but the only way to access it on iOS devices was either using third-party apps like gMusic or via Safari.
When Google launched Google Play Music “All Access,” its music streaming service in May, it didn’t come as a surprise when it didn’t release an app for the iPhone and iPad as it is still to release an app for Google Music that was launched in 2011.