Google Play Music Gets Material Design with Songza’s contextual playlists

Google Play Music Gets Material Design

Today, Google has updated its Google Play Music app with new Material Design UI. Google has also confirmed the first Integration of Songza in Play Music in the form of contextual playlists. So, it is easier to find the perfect music for your mood.

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If you are Google Play Music Subscriber, next time when you will open the app, it will prompt to play music for a time of day, mood or activity. Choose options as per your choice. If you choose activity, you will get options for several music stations. Each music station has songs selected manually by the team of music experts (dozens of DJs, musicians, music critics and ethnomusicologists) to offer you better music experience.

Google Play Music Gets Material Design

You can also download these music stations to enjoy music offline. You will also get ability to re-order, delete or add songs to playlist. Activity based station is only available in US and Canada on Android, iOS and web.

Search of the app is also smarter. You an just type keyword like ‘working out’, ‘sad’, ‘napping’ and it will play songs which suits your mood.

“Listen Now” has also redesigned to make searching easier. You will also see cards for all your recently played music, interest and new releases. This new “Listen Now” page is now available in all 45 countries where Google Play Music is available. This update is available for Android, iOS and the web.

New Updated Google Play Music app users Google’s Material Design with bigger images, slick transitions and bold colors.

Source: Android Blog

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