Google Play Music 4.3.605 from Jelly Bean on any ICS Device
So far, neither the Jelly Bean source code nor the JB-clad Nexus 7 have been made public. However, with the announcement of Google’s latest OS at I/O 2012 and devices given to attendees, apps from Jelly Bean have already started leaking out here on XDA. After bringing you the Jelly Bean Play Store and Sound Search widget a few days back, we are here with the Play Music app for Jelly Bean, courtesy XDA Recognized Developer Steve0007.
This version of Google Play doesn’t really seem much different from ICS version but there has been a significant improvement when it comes to the widget. Instead of the bland widget we previously saw, there is now an enhanced one that works well with album art. Furthermore, the new button layout over the dark gray translucent background feels more modern.
To install Google Play 4.3.605, you must have a rooted device running Ice Cream Sandwich. Just head over to the forum thread and follow the instructions to get it on your device.
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