Google adds "Open in Play Store" button to Play Store mobile site

Rodiano Bonacci
Settembre 20, 2017

Note: You can also download the latest version (8.2.37) of Google Play Store App (APK) from here.

We are very appreciative that Google added this feature to Google Play Music, and it appears to be rolling out to Google Play Music users via a server-side switch, as some of our colleagues on the latest version of the application can not find this feature in the app.

The latest update for the Play Music halts the unpleasant auto-playback of music by the external audio output once the connection is established. That too, without any input or command from the user. It's because Google Play Music on your phone is still registered as the last media button receiver app, so when you connect some external devices such as your Bluetooth auto kit to your phone, a media play event is sent to the now registered media button receiver (Play Music). As its result, users can now stop the auto-playback, if needed.

Keep in mind that while the new feature bars Bluetooth devices such as the one found in your vehicle stereo from starting music playback automatically once a Bluetooth connection is established, the option does not entirely block devices from playing music. If the toggle is already available in your territory, you'll be able to find it under the "Music settings" section of the app, situated between the toggle for caching music while streaming and the one for filtering explicit radio content, as evidenced by the screenshot below.

When you tap on a link of a Play Store app listing on an Android device, you're supposed to be taken directly to the Play Store app.

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