Google Play Music now lets you store music on micro SD card

Google Play Music now supports caching your music on microSD card. The app has been updated to version 5.3 and brings this new possibility, far from being a luxury if your phone’s internal memory is quite limited. After that, you will be able to make full use of the microSD card to enjoy your music.

While full downloads of titles on the SD card were already possible in Google Play Music, that wasn’t the case yet for streaming music, whose cache is stored by default on the internal memory of your smartphone or tablet. You will now be able to choose to use the memory card you have inserted in your device to put more without the risk of filling up the memory completely. a problem that owners are familiar with Terminals with 4GB internal memoryusually at entry level.

Store cache on microSD card with Google Play Music

Cached storage of streaming music lets you enjoy your tracks offline. This also works with songs you have “pinned” in the app. However, very good news Google Play Music update 5.3. Go to the “Settings > download > storage location” menu to select your microSD card as the storage device.

Among the novelties of this update we also find the possibility to listen to all the works of an artist in random modeis only for subscribers to Play Music’s unlimited streaming service “All Access”, which you can try for 30 days and then pay a monthly subscription of 9.99 euros. Is this a feature you’ve been waiting for in this app for a long time?

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