In this week’s episode of Google Play Weekly, we check out a new update to the Roku, all the menus in Foursquare, Xbox Music, and a whole lot more!
Xbox Music was originally announced without a lot of fanfare. Microsoft is looking to change that with a full redesign and release on Android and iOS.
Some users have experienced issues with Play Music Chromecasting, which has prompted Google to update the app. My own experiences until the update were negative, as Play Music would often refuse to play a song or “radio station”.
Thanks to yesterday’s onslaught of Google announcements, new versions of Google Play Music, Movies and TV, Google Play Store and Hangouts have began rolling out to users. Google continues to use staged roll-outs for their apps, a feature we’ve all come to know and love since I/O 13 just two months ago. If you’re like us and don’t want to wait for the updates to become available for your devices, we’ve snagged the APK’s for Google’s latest app updates for your downloading pleasure.
One of the biggest complaints lobbed at the Google Play Store is that a lot of its content isn’t available in certain parts of the world. Today’s update doesn’t totally fix that problem, but it’s still very welcome
Haven’t signed up for All Access just yet? Google’s offering a $7.99 subscription rate for those who adopt the service before June 30. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
To help reduce mobile data charges while streaming music, Google has updated its Play Music app to add new mobile network streaming quality settings. Do you stream over a 3G or 4G connection?
The New Google Play Music app update comes with some useful tweaks, such as the ability to share tracks straight from the Now Playing screen.
Google’s Play Music service got a game changing update during the the Google I/O convention, and we’re hear to tell you all about it!
After signing exclusive music deals with both Sony and Universal Music Group, Google is reportedly planning to launch its new music streaming service at Google I/O 2013.