If you use Google Play Music as your default music player and you’re tired of the current UI, you’ll be glad to know that Google has made some changes to it with its latest update. Now at version 4.3.606, Google Play Music now has a new UI for navigation with transport controls on the action bar. The Recent page also now features a large album art view, Playlist art is now constructed from album art of songs in the playlist, the Now Playing widget has album art and thumbs up support, and the Now Playing queue allows for queuing and reordering of currently playing music.
The usual bug fixes are there and Google is also claiming that the app is now Harder, better, faster, stronger (an obvious reference to a Daft Punk song for those of you in the dark). Head over to the Google Play Store to download it now (free).
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