Google Play Music for Android Adds the Ability to take Radio Stations Offline

Google has rolled out an update to its Google Play Music app for Android that now lets users take radio stations offline.


The app will now guarantee you have a fresh set of music to listen to the next time you are in a Wi-Fi-free zone. The update also allows you to remotely manage the devices that can access your collection. Also, the "play next" command will queue up a song that you must hear.

The update does not seem to be widely available yet, but if you can't wait you can download the installer form Android Police now.

[via Google Play]

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