I find the 1,000 song limit for playlists to be strange. I like to have a majority of my music on my phone and I listen to it while driving. I like to flip through songs to find something that suits the moment but all too often I run into the 1,000 song limit. Seems like a no-brainer to increase the limit.
Coming from Spotify Premium Very similar to Spotify but the interface isn't as clean/minimalistic. I choose Google Music over Spotify though because I get the most bang outta my buck (YouTube Red, Ad-free YouTube videos)
Too Basic I will be going back to Spotify. Play Music is good for creating your own playlists, but not too much functionality other than that. For example, you can't view Stations as playlists to see what songs are in it and choose what to listen to. It's more like listening to an ad free station on Pandora. You also can't switch playback devices from the app or control playback from a device other than the one it's playing on. For example, skipping songs from your phone while the music is playing from your computer.
No GApps support for family plan Is the rating of 1 star worth it ? Yes it is ...if it wasn't for the fact that GApps users cant use family plan. I would given it 4 or 5 because its awesome albeit useless for me No GApps support makes it useless for me.
Bad sound quality I am Arpan Koley. I'm using asus zenfone 2 laser. Recently my phone upgrade to marshmallow. And after update there is no option for Android equalizer in play music and still now. No bass, no sweetness in music. Please give that equalizer.
The screenshots show false advertisement about the availability of the "Songza" (Its Thursday morning) feature. That feature is currently only available in 2-3 countries US, UK and Canada if I am not mistaken so if you want to try this out do not buy a subscription unless you live in one of those countries. Also what is up with the US onpy free radio, cmon your are Google bring it to the world.
* Bug fixes
Identify music, TV, get lyrics and discover what your favorite artists Shazam.