Google Play Music for iOS has just been updated with several improvements.

With the latest update to the official iOS app of Google’s music streaming service, you now have the ability to remove music from your library right within the app. No longer do you have to do so using the service’s Web-based online music locker.

Post-update, Google Play Music now also sorts the thumbs-up playlist in reverse chronological order, enabling you to quickly see and listen to your most recently liked tracks. The app also lets you access your music from the Manage Downloads section.

The new version of Google Play Music also offers improved library management with fewer duplicates, improved playback to address skipping issues, and additional accessibility features.

Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later, Google Play Music is available on the App Store for free.

The app was previously updated early last moth with support for gapless playback, playlist downloading, and other improvements.

Improving Google Play Music is said to be one of the reasons behind Google’s recent acquisition of the popular curation-focused music streaming service Songza.

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