Using Google Play for Music Playing

Any random tech blog that you read about playing music on your device will be more than willing to tell you that despite how high-end or how expensive your device can be, it will still only be as good as the app that you use to listen to music with.

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Sure, others might belittle you because you just bought your phone using a coupon code from the last time you went to shop online, but hey, what if you had a great app for music on it? As an example, you can look at Google Play and how it will be good for your phone, too. Here are a few ways by which you can let yourself get the most out of your Google Play app for music.

Perks of Using Google Play When Playing Music

readingWell, admittedly, there are currently some talks of Google Play Music already slowly transitioning into the YouTube Music app. Nevertheless, while the transition is yet to take place, you can’t also help but admit that Google Play Music is really a great choice. One great thing about it is that it allows you enjoy your music without skips and without ads. With this, you can make sure that you won’t have to endure any interruptions to your music and your eargasmic experiences ever again.

Another great feature is this: even with a free subscription and a free account, you get to store up to 100,000 of your favorite songs to Google’s cloud, which is more than enough that any music loving person can possibly need. With your 100,000 limit, you can only imagine how many albums by Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and so many more of your favorite artists you can store on the cloud. If that doesn’t excite you yet, then maybe the third benefit will really get you up and going.

Third, if you should ever get a subscription that is worth (gasp) only $10, you are entitled to Google’s massive song database. Get this, you are also entitled to personalized radio stations that do. Not. skip. Ever. In more ways than one, you can be sure that you’re really up for a great music listening experience through Google Play Music. And yes, it’s either free or really cheap, so you win.

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