When I first got my phone, I just used the software from Mototrola to sync my music on to my phone (I use Google Play for music). I've now found out how you can just download it straight from the Google Play website and on to your phone.
I use Google Play to store all my music on the cloud. I buy it all through Google Play so it's stored instantly. But I also use the Google Play Music Manager to download all my music. I'm getting a 64 GB SD card on Friday and was wondering if I should even be downloading the music through Google Play since I sideload all the content?
Xoom with honeycomb played music stored on micro SD great. Since ICS update no music will play. Shows albums and song list. When title is selected for play it says "could not play selected track" and screen intermittently flashes. No music loaded to Google play will work either. Third part app plays just fine. Any help would be appreciated.
A few days ago, all of my music was in Google Play music with a couple of Playlists to boot. One day, all of the music is playing normally through Google Play Music. A couple of days later, all of the music disappeared from Google Play music.
Buyers considering a Google Nexus 7 may want to grab one from the Google Play store thanks to a new offer Google is offering. For a limited time, Google is offering a $25 Google Play credit with the purchase of a Nexus.
A couple of weeks ago, Google announced Play Music for Glass, but it wasn’t released at that time. It became officially available yesterday so head over to your MyGlass app to activate it.
If you happened to sideload the apk previously, you will need to uninstall it before activating the official app from MyGlass.
I have a galaxy Note 3. I am searching for the best app to use to play music that is recorded mixed like party music. When I play with google or the music app that came with the phone, instead of playing smooth to the next mixed track, it jumps and breaks the music for less than a second. I need an app that would play it continous like a dj party mix without breaking.
What better way for music lovers everywhere to spend their recently acquired tax return dollars than on some cheap jams from the Google Play Store. Today only, Google will offer 33 albums for only $2.99. Some of the artists featured include Weezer, Sublime, Coldplay and other various popular performers of different genres.