Google’s Music for Android update, improved microSD management

If you’re a big music fan and like to download your favorite songs you will probably be aware that Google have their very own music streaming service which is known as Music Beta. The company also has their own Music application for Android.

We previously brought you news of the Google Music invitation requesting to get you started when using the service. Today we have news of an update to their Android version that many users will appreciate.

The update will now allow users the ability to delete songs directly from their microSD card. This ability was apparently an option that was not included when the service first launched, much to the frustration of a lot of users.

The news comes from an article at BGR who highly recommend using the search engine’s Music application as they say it is a great ‘improvement over the default Android music player.’ Check out the full article for more about the update by clicking the link above.

Do you use Google’s Music beta? Will you be using it for your Android device? Are you pleased with the update? Let us know your thoughts.

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Written by Chris Cook

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