Indeed, the latest update to the official iOS app of Google’s music streaming service brings native resolution support for the larger displays of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
In addition, the update is said to include “lots of little tweaks and bug fixes.”
Google Play Music’s previous update added integration with Songza, the curation-focused music streaming service acquired by Google early last July. As a result, Google Play Music was enhanced with mood- or activity-based station recommendations.
The app was also updated with a refreshed interface in line with Google’s so-called “material design” along with other functional improvements.
This update to Google Play Music is the latest, and likely last, of Google’s notable developments for the tech giant’s iOS apps this month. This month has also seen notable updates to Gmail, YouTube Creator Studio, Chromecast, YouTube, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Hangouts, Google Analytics, and Google Wallet. It has also seen the release of Google News & Weather, Primer, and Inbox.
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