Google Music

Google Play Music updated with delete options and more for Android

Google Music recently received a pretty big update with an entirely new user interface to go along with their new "All Access" music streaming service, but sadly the app needs some work. Today Google's busy updating multiple apps, and Play Music just got some much needed new features. Mainly the ability to delete a track, which surprisingly wasn't available before.

Google Subscription services for YouTube and Music: is the deal struck?

While it's not clear when Google Music and YouTube will be offering up per-month subscription costs for content above-and-beyond the fold, it appears that sources speaking freely on the matter have made it clear: Google media is on the brink of a big change. Google I/O 2013 spreads across this week starting tomorrow morning, there the first (and only) major keynote showing developers and the public alike what the company will be bringing the market in the near future. Could the YouTube Channel subscription service be ready for an initial announcement - or is it a Google Music streaming service that's ready for action?

AMP+ update brings themes and more to your Android music player

Today we have an awesome, lightweight, and intuitive music player for Android called Amp and a donate version Amp+. This week the developers of this impressive 3rd party app have issued a nice update adding tons of new features and fixing a few bugs for their already feature-packed app. If you've been looking for a lightweight music player check this out.

Google Play Music, Google+ Android apps receive new updates

If you count yourself among the Google faithful, then get ready to dive in, because the company has just unleashed a pair of updates for its Google+ and Play Music Android apps. Both updates are relatively small in size, but both add features that regular users are bound to appreciate. More importantly, both updates are available right now, so you don't have to wait for these new features.

Google posts best apps, movies, and music of 2012

The world didn't end on December 21st and now the year is slowly but surely coming to a close. Last week many companies, Google included, posted videos highlighting and wrapping up 2012 and today Google's done the same thing with apps and music from the Google Play Store. Below is just a few noteworthy mentions of Google's top apps, music, movies, and books from the world of Android.

Google’s Music match replacing explicit lyrics – here’s a fix

Last week we reported that Google's finally added scan and match to their Google Music cloud service. The feature in which if Google already has the song available for Google Music, instead of uploading the entire song they'll just "scan and match" then add the song to your library for you. Much quicker. Sadly it looks like Google music doesn't like naughty words or those explicit Ludacris songs we all have.

Google Music adds matching for US-based users

Google Music launched in Europe about a month ago, and when it arrived it did so with a feature that was not available for US-based users. That feature was music scanning and matching and in fact, it remained unavailable for US users until today. Simply put, Google has officially announced that those in the US now have access to music matching.

CyanogenMod Music Player Apollo hits the Google Play Store

The official music player and Google Music option for CyanogenMod since CM9, Apollo, is finally available for everyone, not just those running the popular Android custom ROM. The app is called Apollo and this weekend it finally arrived in the Google Play Store for all to enjoy. Their slogan is "illuminate your music" and their app will do just that for you.
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