Google Play Music for iOS now works with Apple’s finger friendly in-car software,Apple Carplay. Carplay support lets Google Play Music users stream music from the built-in car display using a streamlined interface. This helps drivers access selected services and functions of their phones without having to take their eyes off the road for too long.
The Carplay version of Google Play Music is divided into four categories: Home for viewing recommendations, Recents for viewing last played content, Music Library for browsing through your saved catalog, and Stations for finding genres and activity-based collections.
CarPlay already works with Apple Music, Amazon Music and Spotify, so it makes sense that Google would want to get its own service into rotation here. According to a report Google Play Music for CarPlay has four main sections. You can view your recommendations on the Home screen, recently played tunes on Recents, your saved music catalog on Music Library and find genres and other collections on Stations. To get this fine feature, you only have to update your Google Play Music app on your iPhone and you’ll be good to go. You can also move the Play Music icon to your main CarPlay screen in the CarPlay Settings on your iPhone to make it even easier to access.
To access Google Play Music in your car, just update to its latest version on your iPhone. You can also move the Play Music icon to your main CarPlay screen in the CarPlay Settings on your iPhone to make it even easier to access.
Google Play Music is a free download from the App Store. The subscription service includes free features as well as a premium plan that starts at $9.99/month for individuals.