Google Play Music Improves Offline Support
Google recently made a small update to its Play Music application available to Android devices. New features include microSD card support for offline music on KitKat devices, as well as the ability to shuffle all songs from a single artist when using All Access. The app also makes it easier to share links to songs, artists, or albums through social networks. Google Play Music is free to download and use, but All Access costs $10 per month.
Facebook Wants Albums to Become Destinations
Jun 1, 2017
Facebook is rolling out a change to its Albums tool in order to make them more social. Moving forward, Albums can store not only photos, but also videos, news stories, status updates, location check-ins, and more.
Google Further Automates Photos' Creative Powers
Mar 22, 2016
Google is improving its Google Photos service by boosting the product's ability to automatically create and annotate albums. Google says Photos will suggest new albums, featuring the best shots, after events/trips are synced online.
Google's 'Live Albums' to Create and Share Albums Automatically
Oct 9, 2018
Live Albums are the latest photo-focused feature of Google Photos. With Live Albums enabled, Google Photos automatically finds and shares users' images with others.
Facebook to Let Users Share Music More Freely via Stories and Profiles
Oct 24, 2018
Facebook today announced several new music-based features headed to the social network. First, users can now add a song to photos and videos shared through Facebook Stories.
YouTube Reimagines Its Premium Video and Music Services
May 17, 2018
YouTube today announced YouTube Premium and YouTube Music, services that replace YouTube Red and YT Music, respectively. Moving forward, YouTube Premium will be the video site's top-tier service, offering originals, ad-free play, background play, and downloads across YouTube.