By now, most of us have at least one music playlist on our devices.
And with Google Play Music, there’s now an even more powerful tool to help you organize your music library.
You can now create music classes in the background, right on your lock screen.
You could also put a playlist on your home screen and then start playing it when you pick it up.
The possibilities are endless with Google Music.
But to use the new feature, you’ll need to download and install the new Google Play Services app.
That’s a bit of a pain if you’re using an older Android version, but it should be pretty painless if you have a Nexus 5X.
Once installed, the Google Play services app opens up and allows you to create classes on your lockscreen and to add your own custom classes.
The main idea behind creating classes is that you can customize your playlist, as well as customize the music in the class.
The app also allows you add a play button to your playlists to play the songs when you want to listen to them.
You also have the ability to create playlists based on your mood or preferences.
If you’ve been using Spotify, you know how much of a benefit that is.
Now, you can also create your own playlists for your personal music library, which is great.
Now that Google Music has a more powerful search engine, you don’t have to rely on a bunch of other apps to find the right music to play.
If Spotify is too slow or doesn’t have the right song, you still can browse the playlists and find something you like.
The Google Play Store has been a great way to discover new music, and this is another example of how Google has expanded the catalog of music to be more customizable.