When Google Music was first released, a lot of people had high hopes for it. Being able to upload your entire music collection and listen to it anywhere is definitely a feature you can’t usually get with a storage device. Popularity for the service has been improving. Now, Google Play developers believe that they can make their offline listening a little bit better.
Currently, there is a very efficient way of getting music onto your device from your Google Music account. You open the app, hit the menu button, and select to choose on device music. From there you can pick songs by artist or individual songs. It’s very handy to keep a small cache of your favorite tunes always available for offline consumption. The only downside is if your music collection is huge. Then it could take some time to weed out your favorites.
Google Music is changing this by allowing users to create Instant Mixes by automatically selecting music from their Recent tab. This can be useful in a number of niche scenarios. Like if you just listened to an album you’d like to pull off your Google Music and keep on your phone to show to your friends. That’s just a single example out of many other uses.