Google Play Music Updated, Gets Android TV Support and Interface Changes

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  • 01 Jul 2014
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  • Google started rolling out at the end of June a fresh update for Google Play Music, that includes a few welcome features related to last week’s Google I/O event. This fresh software bumps the Google Play Music version to 5.6.

    The new version brings an interesting concept of device organization. You are only authorized to have 10 devices with Google Music account active, but only 5 of them can be phones now. The other 5 can be tablets, computers, consoles or other models. The average user won’t find this to be a problem, but the power user may be bothered a bit. The account switcher UI has also been updated, by the way.

    Another change is the addition of Android TV support and there’s a new switch in navigation slide out, allowing you to toggle between the music on device and all the music. There’s also a new empty download queue UI and Cheapcast support has been removed. The update is slowly rolling out and you should check out the link here and if you find more changes be sure to post them in the Comments area below.

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