Google Play Music for Android has been updated with a much requested feature: offline radio stations. Now users can cache radio stations onto their devices for listening offline. To activate this feature, simply navigate to “My Stations” and tap on the menu button (three dots) next to a radio station to see the option to “Keep on device.” Note that you will need to pay for an All Access streaming subscription in order to access Google Play Music’s radio stations.
Other minor improvements have also been added in this update. Users will be able to manage all of the Google Play Music devices under the “My devices” section located in the settings. This allows you to deauthorize any devices you’re no longer using, freeing up the 10 device limit. A bug where duplicate Chromecasts were displayed has also been fixed.
The latest update to Google Play Music for Android can be found in Google Play or you can download it at the link below.
Via: Android Police