Google music mobile site not updating
If you’re considering buying an album that isn’t available for streaming in Google Play Music All Access, you may want to consider buying it on the Google Play Music Store.When you buy albums or songs on the Google Play Store, that music will be immediately added to your Google Play Music account as well as being available for download.Google Play Music is a music and podcast streaming service and online music locker operated by Google.The service was announced on May 10, 2011, and after a six-month, invitation-only beta period, it was publicly launched on November 16.I had added him as a Beta tester to my Google Group, also added as a test user in my Google Play Store account.The solution was to force stop Play Store then restart it again.This similarity extends throughout the app, and is what makes it seem like something brand new: The previous versions of the Groove apps on Android and i Phone looked like something cooked up by a third party developer and then abandoned. All three versions of the app offer Albums, Artists, Songs, Radio, Explore, and Playlists views, while Windows 10 Mobile provides that Your Groove view, and there’s no Now Playing item in the Android/i Phone menu for some reason.
You can upload music right from your web browser, assuming that web browser is Google Chrome.
The first-ever major update to the Microsoft Groove apps on Android and i Phone brings most of the improvements we’ve seen in the Windows 10 version of the app these more popular mobile platforms. As you may know, Microsoft has regularly improved the Groove app on Windows 10 over the course of the Anniversary update development cycle, adding music discovery features like Your Groove and Explore.
During this time, the Windows 10 Mobile version of the app has emerged as the best on any platform, while the versions for Android and i Phone have sat, stagnant and unchanged, since their initial releases last September. And in issuing major updates to the Android and i Phone versions of Groove, Microsoft has in effect answered all of my major complaints about this platform.
But in bringing this new app version up on my i Phone, it seems like an all-new app.
In fact, I had to break out my Lumia 950 to compare it side-by-side with the version of Groove I consider to be the best yet. The Your Groove feature is missing, but that’s a secondary music discover feature compared to Explore, which is in fact available on Android and i OS: This feature works like the music discoverability features in Spotify, Apple Music and other services, and provides hand-curated playlists based on mood, activity, and genre.