How to stream your own music from Google’s app
Google’s Android and iOS apps are now streaming directly from the cloud.
This means you no longer have to do a lot of manual work to access your music from anywhere in the world.
Here’s how to stream from your Android or iOS device.
How to access music from Android and iPhone Music streams are now a lot easier to access through the Google Music app on your Android device.
Google’s music app is still a bit rough around the edges, but the app’s streaming controls are a lot cleaner than before.
The app has some pretty basic streaming controls, and it only works in fullscreen mode, so you’ll still need to manually move the music to the right spot.
You can also tap to select the song, or just tap the play button to start listening.
You’ll be prompted for a password when you log in.
This is a good time to remind you that it’s still possible to stream music from your iPhone, too.
The Apple Music app is also easier to use, but is still not as good as the Android version.
You have to navigate your way around its UI, but you can play music right from the app itself.
The iPhone and iPad app has a similar interface, and you can still access music through the app.
Google Play Music is still very basic at this point, and has limited streaming controls.
It does support importing songs from other apps and songs, but that’s not the case for the iPhone and Android apps.
You’re also limited to a limited number of songs and albums, and Google is working on a way to add more content in the future.