The recently unveiled Android 4.1 Jelly Bean brings with it new versions for many apps. However, the source code for Jelly Bean nor the Jelly Bean supporting Nexus 7 have been made public just yet. This has not prevented the developers from leaking out the newly re-designed apps. Thanks to them, you can now get the Jelly Bean version of Google Play Music app on any device running Ice Cream Sandwich.
The updated Google Music app found on Jelly Bean has a much improved interface. It’s not too different but the improvements made, like better handling of album art, are evident. The app also looks comparatively less bland. Jelly Bean has overall been said to feel a lot more modern than ICS did and this is true for the updated apps as well. The Google Music app feels cleaner and contemporary thanks to a button layout over a translucent, dark grey background.
To install Google Play 4.3.605, you will require ICS ROMs. Apart from needing a device running ICS, it will also need to be rooted. So if you are still running Gingerbread or have a device that isn’t rooted, you are out of luck.
How To Install Google Music Play App:
Step 1: Download the Google Music APK from here.
Step 2: Copy the downloaded file to your device.
Step 3: A file manager will be required to browse through SD card. You can use a file manager such as the ASTRO File Manager which is available for free from the Google Play Store.
Step 4: Navigate to Settings > Security. Enable ‘Unknown Sources”.
Step 5: Open the file manager app and the browse to wherever you copied the APK file to (back in Step 2).
Step 6: Once you’ve located the file, tap on it to initiate the installation process.
You will now be able to run Google Music by simply clicking on the Play Music icon from the apps menu.
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