Google has released an updated version of Play Music app in Google Play, which brings SD card support and bunch of other news features.
Google Play Music users on KitKat running devices will now be able to pin music to removable SD card storage for offline access. This will allow users to save more music than ever without the danger of hogging all of internal storage.
In addition, Play Music now includes traditional Android sharing options. This is not all, All Access users can now mix an artist’s All Access catalogue into different playlists.
Full change-log for Google Play Music v5.3.1316M
- 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
Google Play Music All Access comes to Germany
In related news, Google has brought Play Music All Access music streaming service to Germany. The users in the country can now subscribe to All Access for €7.99 per month (until January 15 under the launch promotion, €9.99 per month thereafter).