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The beta version of Samsung's latest music application is now available on the Play Store and it's free to download. This will make updating the app easier for Samsung as it no longer has to be part of the Samsung's firmware upgrades. It is an initiative that will make updates for individual Samsung made software more frequent.


If you are wondering what is so special about Samsung Music, you might be disappointed as it is similar to most other music apps on the Play Store, excepting the fact that it is made primarily for Samsung devices and optimized accordingly. The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the first flagship smartphones from Samsung to come without the default music player pre-installed and this is probably the beginning of a new trend.


If you are interested to download and give Samsung Music a try then make sure that your device is running at least Android Marshmallow 6.0 as anything below that is incompatible with it. The Samsung music player supports popular formats like WMA, MP3, FLAC and AAC among others. It is also capable of sorting your songs in six categories, namely Artist, Track, Album, Composer, Folder and Genre. Anyone who has used a Samsung device before will feel at home and if you have another compatible device that you want to try it on, feel free to download it now.


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Samsung Music will no longer be on any of the company's smartphones from now on as they have joined forces with Google to make the Google Play Music app default for all future Samsung smartphones. It cannot exactly be said that this would be a huge loss; given there was nothing very special about Samsung's music player to begin with!


The tie-up has also resulted in all S8, S8+ and Tab S3 owners receiving premium Google Play Music services without any charges, for a period of three months. Additionally, owners of all the three devices will be allowed to upload and stream as many as 100,000 songs from their offline collections. The limit on regular subscribers on the other hand continues to remain at 50,000 songs as always.


All the other expected premium and free features of the Google Play Music app like free radio, mood based intelligent music suggestion, podcasts, streaming, etc. will be available right out of the box, as long as you decide to purchase any one (or multiple) of the aforementioned Samsung devices. YouTube Red will also be a part of the three-month deal for the Samsung users. In case you really did like the Samsung Music Player, it is still available for download from both the Galaxy and the Google Play Store.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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Looks like Google will be launching a New YouTube Music service very soon. Screenshots of an upcoming version of YouTube App for Android has been leaked.

 

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According to the source, YouTube Music Key is on the way soon and will bring many of the features that we have been expecting, like offline playback and more. The service will be ad-free, and it will allow for audio-only playback, offline playback, infinite YouTube mixes, and complete albums; but, this is still YouTube, so there are some interesting video features as well.

 

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The images of the updated app claim there will be "over 20 million high-quality tracks complete albums, organized into artist discographies" as part of Music Key. And, since this is YouTube, you'll also get access to watch concerts, covers, and remixes.

 

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The YouTube Music Key service will cost $9.99 per month after a one-month free trial, and maybe the best part is that it will include a subscription for Google Play Music Key. Presumably, if you already have a Google Play Music All Access account, you will automatically get the YouTube Music Key subscription, but it is unclear if those who got the initial promotional rate of $7.99 will keep paying that price.

 

 

 

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The YouTube much anticipated subscription music streaming service from Google has been officially announced today. It's called YouTube Music Key (BETA), and it will be in beta for an unspecified amount of time.

 

It brings you an ad-free YouTube experience, along with support for background playback on mobile, and offline viewing too.

 

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All of these perks will cost you $7.99 (for a limited time, the normal price being $9.99) per month. But the nice thing is that if you pay for Music Key, you'll also get a Google Play Music subscription, which gives you access to more than 30 million songs and expert-curated playlists. That in itself costs $9.99 per month, so you're essentially getting two services for the price of one here.

 

 

"You've asked us for ways to listen to music without ads, to keep playing music videos even if you lock the screen or start using another app, and to play music even if you're not connected to the Internet. That's why today we're introducing YouTube Music Key beta, a monthly subscription service starting with the promotional price of $7.99/month (discounted from $9.99/month) that will give you all that-ads-free music, background play and offline viewing. It will also include a subscription to Google Play Music, with 30+ million songs, expert-curated playlists, and in the coming days, the ability to watch many YouTube official music videos right from the app." - Official YouTube Blog

 

 

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A brand new version of Apple Music was released on April 28 for Android smartphone users. The most significant change that it brings to the table is that Android users can now access music videos within the application. This is a big change because earlier, this feature was exclusively available to Apple hardware only. Along with this, the app has also introduced a "Family Plan," in which the entire family (a maximum of six) can enjoy the services of Apple Music for a monthly subscription of $14.99. Considering the fact that it generally costs $9.99 per month for every individual subscriber, this sounds like a good plan for families all around.


This update comes in after about two months since the last one, which allowed users to store or move downloaded content on to an external SD card. The effort seems to be in line with Apple trying to boost its services in regard to the video content available on Apple Music. In addition to Vice Media's new exclusive documentary series for Apple Music that was released in March, the company might also be working with Dr Dre to launch a fresh TV show through the app. Since Spotify and Google Play has this area covered for Android users, it would be interesting to see how Apple Music's new features are received by the Android crowd.


Author: Saikat Kar (Tech-journalist and enthusiast)


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Google has just officially released Google Play Music App version 6.0 for Android. The new version packs a free ad-supported Radio service which is available for all United States users only.

 

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The update also brings performance improvements in app's animation which results in a more smoother UI Animations, along with various bug fixes and stability improvements. No major changes in the Play Music App functionality or User Interface in this release.

 

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The update is rolling-out on the play store  but if you don't want to wait, You can Download official Google Play Music 6.0.20 APK from the link below.

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Google Play Music 6.0 [APK]

 

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No-one buys physical music anymore; gone are the days of queuing up outside HMV to get your hands on that freshly released CD. Thankfully, music streaming services have completely changed the way we consume music, and they've changed it for the better. For access to millions of songs on demand, for the price of a single CD each month, there's no wonder it's where the future of music is heading.


Spotify launched back in 2008; it was the first time that you could stream music as opposed to downloading it on this scale. With Spotify, you have access to (almost) any song or artist that your ears desire - including that obscure band you went to see in the back room of a pub last week. Spotify offers both free and paid for subscriptions (although most of the sought-after features are only available on the paid plan) and with 40 million paid subscribers and a further 55 million free subscribers, it is truly the market leader.


"Spotify HQ" (CC BY 2.0) by Sorosh


For seven years, Spotify ruled the roost. In 2015, however, our favourite tech brand wanted in on the action; Apple Music was born. Since its launch, Apple Music has gained 16 million paid subscribers. There's no free subscription available, just a three-month free trial for all users. You might think that this would mean that Spotify has the edge, but Apple Music has soared in its first year, proving to be a true competitor.


"Apple" (CC BY 2.0) by DeclanTM


With two top-notch music streaming services out there, how do you go about working out which one to go for?


How to Pay


You can pay for Spotify via credit or debit card with an online gift card, or add the payment to your monthly phone bill. Apple Music links to your iTunes account so you can pay the same way you do for apps: via credit, debit card, monthly phone bill, online gift cards, or store credit.


Both services offer a wide range of payment options, and if you fancy saving a bit of money, you can actually get your hands on discounted online gift cards for both Spotify and Apple Music. Who doesn't love a bargain?


(Un)available Music


Despite boasting over 30 million tracks, the major albums not available on Spotify are Taylor Swift's 1989, Kanye West's Life of Pablo, Adele's 25, Jay Z's The Blueprint, and even Prince's Purple Rain.


Don't expect to get Apple Music and be able to listen to The Beatles or Prince anytime soon (where can we actually listen to Prince?!). Apple Music does take the lead here though, as most of the music not available isn't on Spotify either.


On The Go Listening


We're always on the go and the last thing we want is to drain our precious data. Both Spotify and Apple Music have mobile apps that allow you to download playlists to listen to offline.


Both services do technically allow you to integrate your own library. Although Spotify's process is a tedious desktop based one whereas Apple Music should integrate with your iTunes library automatically. There are still a couple of known bugs with the integration, but it looks like Apple are in the process of ironing out the creases.

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There are pros and cons for each of the services. Spotify is still the market leader with the number of subscribers and the number of tracks available, but Apple Music is creeping its way up the ladder, getting the big artists on board and pushing the boundaries of online streaming.


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An update to the Google Play Music App to v5.6.1616, brings some New Music widgets. The old 4x1 Play Music widget now starts at 3 x 1, and is available in every size up to 4x4. Another widget is 1x1, and when tapped, plays the "I'm Feeling Lucky" radio station without even launching the Google Play Music app.

 

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After you update the app, searching for a particular song or artist, will result in public playlists appearing at the bottom of the screen. You can subscribe to these playlists or download them just as if you had created them yourself.

 

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The update also includes improvements to the download management which is now called "Manage downloads" from its previous name, "View download queue." The name might be different, but it works the same way. It also will show you how much room on your device is being taken up by your tunes, and reveals the best ways to clear them from your phone.

 

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Google Play Music Download [Play Store]

 

 


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Another minor update to the Google's official Music App. Google Play Music 5.7.1780Q update is Rolling-out, and it includes a banner on the Leanback Launcher for those who owns a Google Nexus Player. The update also adds access to a list of recently played tracks and recommendations, just like you would have on a phone, tablet, or the web.

 

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The only other immediately noticeable addition is a menu option for Settings, but it just provides a link to the open source licenses Google has to disclose. Hopefully it will gain a little more value in the future. While this update does bring the Android TV experience a little closer to that of its Android brethren, there are a few missing features. Most notably, there's no way to manage a playlist, and the artist page still doesn't show a background description.

 

The update is rolling-out on the play store  but if you don't want to wait, You can Download official google Play Music 5.7 APK from the link below.

 

 

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Google Play Music 5.7 [APK]

 


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Another update to the Google's official Music App. Google Play Music 5.9.1852R update is Rolling-out, the new update focuses more on the User Interface and the user experience by adding more animations to the whole App. Google also updated the wat it handles Album arts photos with results in a more smoother UI Animations. The 5.9.18 update also improves the whole performance of the App that loads the menus and album arts faster.

 

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Google Play Music 5.9.18 Change-log:
- Subscribers can now find YouTube Music Videos in search.
- You can see all albums in My Library without needing to click 'More'.
- We've improved the way we handle album art to make the app run more smoothly

 

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The update is rolling-out on the play store  but if you don't want to wait, You can Download official google Play Music 5.9.18 APK from the link below.

 

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Google Play Music 5.9 [APK]

 


Google play music

 

Another update to the Google's official Music App. Google Play Music 5.9.1852R update is Rolling-out, the new update focuses more on the User Interface and the user experience by adding more animations to the whole App. Google also updated the wat it handles Album arts photos with results in a more smoother UI Animations. The 5.9.18 update also improves the whole performance of the App that loads the menus and album arts faster.

 

google play music

 

 

Google Play Music 5.9.18 Change-log:
- Subscribers can now find YouTube Music Videos in search.
- You can see all albums in My Library without needing to click 'More'.
- We've improved the way we handle album art to make the app run more smoothly

 

google play music

 

The update is rolling-out on the play store  but if you don't want to wait, You can Download official google Play Music 5.9.18 APK from the link below.

 

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Google Play Music 5.9 [APK]

 


Google play music

 

Google has just officially released Google Play Music App version 6.0 for Android. The new version packs a free ad-supported Radio service which is available for all United States users only.

 

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The update also brings performance improvements in app's animation which results in a more smoother UI Animations, along with various bug fixes and stability improvements. No major changes in the Play Music App functionality or User Interface in this release.

 

Play music

 

The update is rolling-out on the play store  but if you don't want to wait, You can Download official Google Play Music 6.0.19 APK from the link below.

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Google Play Music 6.0 [APK]

 

Google Play Music 6.0 [Play]

 


Google play music

 

Google has just officially released Google Play Music App version 6.0.19 for Android. The new version packs a free ad-supported Radio service which is available for all United States users only along with some minor UI improvements to all Android versions and support for Android 6.0 Marshmallow Developer Preview 3.

 

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The update also brings performance improvements in app's animation which results in a more smoother UI Animations, along with various bug fixes and stability improvements. No major changes in the Play Music App functionality or User Interface in this release.

 

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The update is rolling-out on the play store  but if you don't want to wait, You can Download official Google Play Music 6.0.19 APK from the link below.

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Google Play Music 6.0 [APK]

 

Google Play Music 6.0 [Play]

 


 

Earlier today, Google posted teaser tweets from its Nexus and Android Twitter accounts implying the likelihood of the commencing of Black Friday deals. At that time, little information was available about what would be announced or even when it would be announced as Black Friday is still a couple of days away. In Spite of including the Nexus Twitter account for the teasing, it was assumed that there is a possibility that hardware sales might be announced.


When it comes to the offers, it seems like there are deals spanning across every category you would expect on the Play Store and with so many titles being listed, it's not possible to post all the detail here. But, to give a zist, there are games starting from 99 cents, "Amazing Music Deals", movies to buy from $5.99, "Hot TV Offers", Magazines from 99 cents, 50-percent off subscriptions, up to 70-percent off Coins and a whole lot more. The Amazing Music Deals is quite interesting as you can grab some albums for only 99 cents.


It is pretty much evident that this sale is not quite the 25-cent sale we saw in previous years, so we were a little disappointed. But at least,
consumers can still save some money, especially if there is some Google Play credits laying around. So go through Google's virtual store shelves and see if there's anything that you like. To view all of the deals, click on the link below:

 

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Google has released a trendy infographic that pegs the best in entertainment, as dropped by the stats in the Play Store. The best in apps, games, movies, TV series and books offered in the Android ecosystem has been listed for the world to see, and some of the top performers are pretty surprising.

 

Check Out the Full Infographic below!

 

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