From The Next Web:
There’s good news for Android-owning music fans after Google’s flagship music mobile app — Google Music for Android — got a series of updates that advance its offline listening options.
Now users of the app can stash their Thumbs Up, Last Added and Free and Purchased playlists on the phone, giving them easier access to even more combinations of songs without a Web connection. Google says it has also made other improvements that it says improve offline playback.
The update (v4.4.811H) also allows users to create ‘Instant Mixes’ from their most recently played songs (from the Recent tab), and the app has also added gapless playback support, but the latter is available only on phones that run Jelly Bean Android 4.1 or newer.
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