Google Play Music Gets Updated: New Features Added, Bugs Fixed

By Gizbot Bureau

    Google Play Music, the pre-installed music player application for android devices has been updated. The update has moved the Google Play music to version 4.5.9. Google has been updating its music stores regularly and this is one is its latest.

    The new update adds some better features and this allows the users to listen continuously to music mixes. The users can now listen to over 25 tunes and also receive a default album art. Shuffling of playlists can also be done using the new update. An entire playlist, album or artist can be mixed and shuffled according to the moods and tastes of a user. Another button to go to the previous mix has been added to the widget in the new update.

    Google Play Music Gets Updated: New Features Added, Bugs Fixed


    When shuffling the playlist, the pinning progress can be viewed by the users on the pages of playlists and albums. The update has not only included several enhancements but also fixed a bug.

    A bug has been recently seen affecting Galaxy S3 devices which freezes the smartphones altogether.

    However, the new update has removed the bug and the proud owners of Galaxy SIII need not worry about their phones getting affected by this anymore. It is seen that the update will be installed onto the phones automatically depending on the settings of the phone. If users encounter problems in installing the new update, they can contact the nearest Google store and pick their update to enjoy the new Google Play Music experience.

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