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According to a report from Android Police, it seems that for the past few months Google has been testing out a new feature for Google Play Music.
This feature allows users to set an option in which they are able to automatically resume the playback of the last song they were playing whenever the app is launched.
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There is no word on when Google plans on rolling it out for everyone, so in the meantime we’ll just have to keep our eyes peeled.
In the meantime have any of our readers been seeing this option appear for them?
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Google Play Music is testing an Autoplay option that resumes playback when you launch the app
For the past couple of months, Google Play Music has been testing an Autoplay feature that lets the app resume playback when you launch it.
It’s worth noting that, as Artem has discovered, this option has nothing to do with Play Music starting playback whenever you connect to your car’s Bluetooth.
You can choose something else to play then, but this helps those who instantly want to blast tunes when they tap the Play Music icon.
That feature seems to stem from certain cars’ Bluetooth system that sends a play command upon connection, which would result in Play Music starting playback sometimes, regardless of which Music and audio apps you have installed on your phone.
When turned on in the settings, Autoplay will trigger Play Music to check whatever song and playlist were last playing when you left the app, and resume that.
collected by :Mina Lony