Friday, May 4, 2012

Google Music Rolls out new feature Share with me

 



Google Music Rolls out new feature "Share with me "
When a friend shares a song or album they’ve purchased on Google Play via Google+, you get a full free listen. Today we’re introducing "Shared with me", an auto-playlist of music on Google Play that brings together all of the songs and albums shared with you in one convenient location. 

Just like your email inbox, there's a handy count of everything you haven't listened to yet. Those tracks are bolded in the playlist. You'll see a thumbnail of the person who shared the track with you and the first few words of their Google+ post. You can sort this list by song, sharer, duration, album, artist, or even price, and delete any tracks or albums you don’t want to see there. If you love what you hear, each track has a buy button so you can own it too. 

Music you buy and share will show up in the "Shared with me" playlists of the people in your Google+ circles. Check out the “Shared with me” playlist on play.google.com/music, and rock out. 

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Sid Goswami
Besides being an avid Android fan and blogger, Sid wants to be a photographer and an designer. He can usually be found reading through blogs, taking photos. He's a student and a PHP web developer.