Google Play Music now allows you to start radios based on your playlists

Google Play Music now allows you to start radios based on your playlists
Google's Play Music service, which allows you to stream and listen to music, has been updated wth some new features, which further add to the functionality of the app. Now, Google Play Music allows you to pin and listen to radio stations even when you are offline. Additionally, Google has fixed the shuffle and unshuffle features of the service, which had some issues. The context menu has been refreshed a little, too – a Play Next button has been implemented in it.

Another minor update enables users of Google Play Music to start radio stations based on the playlists they've created, which is a rather useful new feature.

Of course, both updates brought the usual bug and performance fixes.

And here are the full changelogs to Google Play Music:

v5.4.1413N
  • You can now start radio stations based on your playlists
v5.4.1409N
  • Added the ability to pin radio stations. You'll now be able to listen to your offline radio stations even when you don't have any connection
  • Added 'Play next' in the context menu
  • Lots of shuffle and unshuffle fixes
  • The queue understands and shows what you are playing from (playlist, album, etc)
Download: Google Play Music (Android)


via: AndroidGuys

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1 Comment

1. vivek.wadhwa

Posts: 6; Member since: Mar 07, 2014

When is it coming to Indian Play Music..?? :(

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