Google Play Music for Android has been updated, bringing a host of bugfixes and a few new features to the streaming music service. Google Play Music users now have the option to save radio stations on their devices, allowing for curated radio stations to be played anytime, even without a data connection. The app now also includes the ability to manage devices that have been authorized to use Google Play Music, a feature which up until now had to be accessed through the web. Google allows up to ten devices to be connected to a user’s Google Play Music account, and the update makes managing those devices a little easier.
Here’s what’s new in Google Play Music version 5.3.1316M:
- SD card support for offline music on KitKat (Experimental support on some older devices)
- Added ability to shuffle all songs from an artist in All Access
- Made it easy to share links of songs, artists and albums to your favorite social networks
Look for the update to be making its way to your device soon.
via: Android Central