Google Play Music may be a favorite amongst Android users when it comes to uploading and storing your music in the cloud, but they are not the only option available. Sure Google offers quite a bit and they do it for free, but there are reasons to look elsewhere. And in this case we look towards Amazon and the Cloud Player, which in this case pairs with the Amazon MP3 app on your smartphone or tablet.
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Google Play Music fans! You can now download content to an SD card via your mobile device. If you’ve got limited native storage, but a lot of memory via an SD card, you can now keep your music there rather than take up precious space on your device.
Google Glass XE11 update was setting the path for Play Music support. At the time that talk was based on details discovered by users taking a deep dive in the update, however a more recent update has confirmed the support. The details have been shared on the official +GoogleGlass page and are asking users to "look for an email in the next few weeks."
released last week an update to the software on Google Glass that contained the usual updates and fixes you'd expect for the eyewear. Unbeknownst to many, however, is that the update also contained almost all the necessary pieces for what could only be an upcoming support for Google's music streaming service.
Chromecast, it’s about to get a whole lot better. It seems as though the streaming music app Pandora will have Chromecast streaming functionality in the very near future.
Play Music app update. This latest update is hitting the Play Store at this time and will have the app going up to version 5.2.1233L. The changelog for the update is on the shorter side, however Google has added what we think will be a welcomed feature.
Play Music All Access customers are reporting issues with playback on some web interfaces. While the issue is not widespread, it is affecting enough customers to get our attention. Oddly enough, the Android app seems to work just fine.
larger rollout in Europe recently, Google has seen fit to bring their popular streaming service to our neighbors just below California. The announcement was initially made from the Google Mexico Google+ account.