Material Design Google Play Store now shows albums included in All Access
Google’s All Access music subscription is great, but it’s not without its rough corners. Often when browsing music, you’ll see an album that you’d like but there would be no indication as to if it was available from Google Play Music All Access.
Following the Material Design update to the Google Play Store, however, a simple line towards the bottom of the page now indicates if that album is available through All Access, preventing that accidental purchase.
Whilst there’s still no direct link into All Access from the Google Play Store, it does provide an indication that all you have to do to find that album is search for it in Play Music.
A tiny but welcome addition by Google to the Play Store.
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