Google has this week rolled out a new update to its Google Play Music service that has brought a useful features for people that use the service through their mobile data provider.
The new Google Play Music service has now been tweaked to use less data when requires or if you are using a mobile data plan and different options can be selected to suit your needs and budget.
Within the latest Google Play Music app release the optimal settings are to set “Automatically cache” allowing it to only cache music while your device is charging and on Wi-Fi, set “Download via Wi-Fi only” and set the “Mobile network stream quality” to “Low.”
Google has also added new enhancements to the search facility in the app as well increased the speed at which music is stored on your mobile device, when songs are mark as “Keep”.
“Google Play Music makes it easy to discover, play and share the music you love on Android and the web.
With our new All Access service (US), you can play millions of songs on Google Play, listen to radio with no limits, and enjoy playlists handcrafted by our music experts. Keep listening for just $7.99/month when you start your trial before 6/30/2013.”
For more information on the new Google Play Music app jump over to the Google Play Store website for details and to download the app.
Source: Android Authority
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