If you are using Google Play Music on your Android device, don’t forget that this streaming service comes with some pretty cool options and settings that you can change to adjust your personal needs and desires. There is a section with playback settings that you can explore so that you can enable or disable certain features the way it suits you. That’s exactly what we are going to talk about here. Let’s see how to manage playback settings in Google Play Music on Android.
How to manage playback settings in Google Play Music on Android
Don’t be among the lazy users who don’t want to spend a couple of minutes exploring the features of a certain app or service. You can miss so many great things that way. And you don’t want that, right?
Let’s see how you can manage playback settings in Google Play Music:
- Open Google Play Music on your Android device
- Tap on three horizontal lines in the top-left corner of the screen (the hamburger icon)
- Next, tap Settings
- Scroll down until you reach Playback
- There, you can change a variety of settings
- You can choose to stream the music only on Wi-Fi which will reduce data usage. You can choose the music quality on the Wi-Fi network. Go for the option Always High.
- There are more options such as Cache music while streaming, Allow external devices to start playback, and show album art on the lock screen
- To top it all, there is an option to allow you to block explicit songs in mixes. This is a thing to go for when you are listening to Google Play Music with your kids, or if your kids have access to the service on their devices.
As you can see, there are many options under the Playback section and you would miss them all. So, head over to Settings > Playback and make the changes to match your desires.