Google rolls out Google Play Music to 13 more European countries!
Google Play has a selection of classic rock tracks from some of the biggest artists in history available for free today.
This week it’s all about the Google apps, Material Design, and Nokia’s Here Maps app along with the latest Android apps news!
Google announced the first result of Songza’s integration – “expert curated” playlists are now available to Play Music subscribers in the US and Canada on Android, the web, and iOS.
Google wants to revamp its streaming music service.
YouTube to launch YouTube Music Key, while Google updates Play Music All Access to Google Play Music Key. Likely to sell both Music Key subscription services together for $10/month.
In this week’s episode we talk about XBMC, Libre Office, and Xbox One streaming coming to Android along with more Android apps news you can’t miss!
Previously, you could de-authorize as many devices as you wanted. But sometime recently, Google reinstated a limit of four de-authorizations per year.
Google Play Music is now rolling out to at least six new countries: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and the Ukraine.
Google Play Music users have much to look forward to. The official app has gotten an update to version 5.6, which will be slowly rolling out starting today.