Google Play Music now lets you delete songs
Shortly after the Google I/O 2022, the Google Play Music application was upgraded to version 5.0. An update far from significant and which ultimately did not stand out that much from the previous version. Arguably the reason why Google deemed to upgrade the software, just yesterday, thus enriching it with various features that clearly meet our needs as Androinautes thirsty for music. It’s not perfect yet, but the idea is there and the new user interface is extremely efficient.
GOOGLE PLAY MUSIC GETS A NEW INTERFACE AND NOW OFFERS THE DELETION OF SONGS
Released yesterday, this new update to Google Play Music brings a new, clearer, more intuitive and more ergonomic interface for smartphones and tablets as well as some additional features which, it must be admitted, were a bit lacking so far, starting with the deletion of songs or albums from his Android device.
Let’s discover without delay the changelog of this new version of Google Play Music
- Appearance of a new user interface for smartphones, tablets and televisions
- Addition of a new Instant Listening homepage on which appears all the musical albums stored in your device and illustrated by their cover
- Ability to delete titles from a Playlist or Play Queue by simply dragging
- Ability to change the title listening by simply sliding
- Access to the album or to all the songs of the same artist by simply swiveling the device
- Improved general app performance
Some pretty impressive new features on paper. However, having tested by myself on my Galaxy Note 10.1, I found that the application lacked a little responsiveness. Problem that will probably be fixed in a future update.