Google Play Music - Review & Install Links

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Google Play Music is a default Android audio player as well as a music store. Most users have it by default, but if you have to install Google Services from scratch, you’ll need to download Google Play Music separately. And it’s worth it.

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Uninstall the app:

  1. Go to Settings menu
  2. Choose Apps or Application manager
  3. Touch the app you want to remove
  4. Press Uninstall

Features Review

Access the Music Ocean

It’s no wonder that Google has megatons of music in its store. So there is a special app for listening to the music, purchasing and downloading tracks or adding your own. In fact, it resembles iTunes, being a music catalogue.

This player can play music from third-party sources as well. Just copy files to your Android phone, and it will scan the memory and add them to the local library. If you want to discover new music, you can enjoy its online radio. Finally, you can upload up to 50k tracks from your own library to the server to access them from anywhere. Basic features are available in the free version, but premium subscription removes ads and adds more options.

Smart playlists are here too, like in any similar services. Google Music analyzes your preferences and offers you something you might like too. Still, some say that its algorithms are far from what Pandora or Spotify offer.

If your phone has some advanced DAC, probably only this player is optimized to provide the best sound quality.

Isn’t It Already There?

Most Android phones already have this app installed when available. But some of them (first of all Chinese models for domestic market) come without Google services at all. Some resellers only install the basic version of it, others leave it to the customer. Luckily, after installing the core, you can find Google Play Music free download easily.

Google Play Music for iOS, of course, is never preinstalled; but good thing it is available at all. It works the same way as the native Android version.

Pros

? Good sound quality;

? Easy music library;

? Access to audio store;

? YouTube Music subscription included if you subscribe;

? Available for Android and iOS.

Cons

? There are third party players with more options;

? Some say AI forms playlists based on popularity rather than preferences.

Let There Be Music!

So, whatever platform you prefer, you can download Google Play Music to your phone and access Google’s music library.

Kristin Dahl
Writer at Sjferret
Pernille tests a lot of different apps on her phone. She is a true pro in this field.
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