Google Play Music 4.3.605 from Jelly Bean now available on any device. Download here

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  • 10 Jul 2012
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  • Among the Google Play services, perhaps the most renowned is Play Music. With it you can access all your songs and albums purchased on the Play Store as well as your local media files.

    Google Play Music 4.3.605 from Jelly Bean now available on any device

    One of the most attractive features of Play Music is that you can create your personal music library with up to 20.000 songs from your computer that you will be able to access from anywhere. The songs are automatically uploaded and stored online for your convenience and you can download them or stream your music using your android device. Here are some of the other important features:

    • Music purchases from Google Play automatically appear in the app
    • Add up to 20,000 more songs from your personal music collection on your computer for free
    • Access your entire music library instantly with the Google Play Music app, and save your favorites for offline playback
    • Share a free full play of the songs you purchase from Google Play with your friends on Google+

    Google Play Music

    Now for the important part. As was the case with the Play Store APK, and with Google Now, the newest version of Play Music was extracted from Jelly Bean and is now available for any Android device. XDA Developers member Steve0007 has tested and posted the APK for everyone to enjoy. The changes from the previous version 4.1.513 available on the Play Store are mostly cosmetic, made to fit the UI of Jelly Bean, though I sure that some bugs have also been sorted. Download the Google Play Music version 4.3.605 APK from here and install it just as you would any app.

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