Finally. Google has released its first app for Apple CarPlay with Google Play Music subscribers who interact with the service via Google's native iOS app, now have the additional benefit of being able to access their music via a CarPlay-enabled vehicle thanks to the latest update.
Entire music collection of The Beatles will be available for streaming on Apple Music, Spotify and other services starting December 24 on Christmas Eve. Here are all the details.
If you are a Google Chromecast owner, you can now get free 3 months worth of Spotify Premium subscription right now. Here's how to take advantage of this offer.
This week sees the Google Play Store offering one of the biggest music albums in the world, Michael Jackson's Thriller, for nothing. Free. Gratis.
What came close to the awesomeness that Rocket Raccoon was with his British Cockney accent and wits in Guardians of the Galaxy was the chart busting soundtrack of the movie, with one song in particular - "Hooked on a Feeling" - totaling over 16 million counts of streaming. As part of a run up to the holiday festivities, Google is offering the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack album entitled 'Awesome Mix Vol. 1' for free on Google Play (U.S. only), and the offer is supposedly just for a day.
Thanks to the likes of Google Play Music, accessing the content of our favorite artists and bands is now much easier than ever. Although many of us now utilize services like Spotify in order to stream music, the art of buying a song we happen to like is not completely obsolete, and in the case of Google Play Music's new freebie offer, you don't always have to stump up any money. For a presumably limited time, you can pick up full songs from artists like Katy Perry and Daft Punk completely free, and given that we don't know how long the offer's going to last, you'll want to get in quickly to avoid disappointment.
As well as trying to sell the idea that its Glass project is a revolutionary invention, Google is also introducing a tried-and-tested product that makes a great deal more practical sense in the form of Google Play Music. Killing two birds with one stone, the Mountain View-based company has brought official Play Music support to Glass, meaning Explorers can now, if they so choose, enjoy the sweet sound of their favorite tunes through the Glass Accessory Store's extortionately highly-priced ear buds.
In May, Google revealed that its “All Access” music app would be hitting iOS, and since the search giant also noted that it was just a few weeks away, we expected to be grooving to some of our favorite songs through the service by summertime. Although it did seem as though the Android maker had completely forgotten about those on Apple's mobile OS, we now know this not to be the case, as the Google Play Music app has just hit the iOS App Store. Full details, as well as that download link, can be seen after the fold.
At last week's I/O dev conference, Google made a whole host of announcements, among them a potentially Spotify-killing update to its Music service. Named "Google Play Music All Access," the new streamer boasts an impressive catalog of tunes right off the bat, but as is typically the case for fledgling Google products, it remains available only to Android users at this moment in time. But, as is often the case in these circumstances, a workaround has been created for those on Apple's iOS, so if you're rocking an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and were looking for a peek at All Access Music, a recent update to the popular gMusic app will enable you to realize your dreams.
Google's Play Music app has just been updated over at the Play Store, and will now play nice on even more Google TV devices. As well as that, those running the much-lauded Jelly Bean (4.1) firmware will see rich notifications, rendering the update rather significant indeed.