Google Play Music unveiled the latest version of its app, adding gapless audio playback and automatic “instant mixes.” The app, which lets users store and listen to music online, is currently in v4.4.811H. Users can now enjoy smooth, uninterrupted playback of tracks on devices with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or later, auto-generated instant mixes based on their favorite songs, as well as the ability to keep purchased, free, “thumbs-up” and recently added playlists on their phones, according to Google Play’s website. Read the full story at Mashable.
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