updated 07:30 pm EDT, Thu August 21, 2014
Google Play Music for iOS adds library deletions, improved management
Google Play Music has updated its app for iOS devices, featuring improved library management and additional functionality. Google Play Music is a music streaming subscription service, featuring access to millions of songs and custom radio stations. The latest version (126.96.36.1999) allows users to remove content from their library. The "Thumbs Up" playlist can now be sorted in reverse chronological order, and overall library management has been improved to include fewer duplicates, and better playback to avoid skipping audio. Additional accessibility features are also included. The app is free to download, with music subscription priced at $10 monthly.
N3twork launches personal television network, features customizable Internet video content
N3twork, a personal television network, has launched today, featuring Internet video content. Backed by Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, and Floodgate, the service lets viewers follow content that it is of personal interest, and provides the most relevant videos for viewing immediately or later on iPhone, iPad or Apple TV. Content is curated, featuring over 6,500 sources of video that have been specifically selected, and includes material based upon user interests. Presented content is further refined based on user activity. Free to download, N3twork is available for devices running iOS 7 or later.