Google Play Music recently received an update that promptly wreaked havoc on a lot of users by crashing the app and not letting them back in. A permanent fix is hopefully coming soon, but until then, here's one way to get back in.
Google Play Music All Access went live in India earlier this month, and although the search giant is focusing on regional music to attract mainstream customers, the service offers an extensive international catalog.
Google Play Music needs a complete overhaul, and while we're not sure when (or even if) that's coming, the update Google Play Music received last week gives us a small glimpse into what such an overhaul might look like.
Change comes slowly to Android, be it good or bad. What happens when you turn on your favorite Bluetooth headphones and hit the play button over the last few years definitely falls in the later category.
The game has changed in the streaming music world over the past year, with more services than ever opening up to Canadians (and some, sadly, closing down). What's the best one for your hard-earned money? Let's take a look.