Play Music is the world’s largest music store, and it’s now getting an iOS app.
The Play Music web app has a new feature: it lets you stream audio from your device, including Google’s own streaming audio codec, Dolby Atmos.
Google is the developer of Dolby Audio, which was designed to be used with a variety of home and office devices.
The Play Music iOS app doesn’t support Dolby atmos, but it does let you play audio from any device with the latest iOS 8.2 update.
In the past, users could use the Play Music Web app to browse for and download audio, but that was only available in the UK.
Now, anyone in the world can download and use Dolby audio, Google announced today.
Google also announced a few new features for the app: there’s a new tab at the top of the page that lets you watch a video in the background, play a song, or download audio from the internet.
You can also add custom links to your media files from the web, Google said.
You can stream Dolby-Atmos audio to your iPhone and iPad.
When you’re watching audio from Google Play, you’ll see the playback bar at the bottom of the screen.
That’s the same as the playback indicator on your smartphone’s home screen, and the same icon on your iPad.
If you tap on the Play icon, a new icon appears on the bottom right corner.
If that’s the first time you’ve tapped on the icon, it will flash red, indicating you’ve clicked on a Play button.
Once you’ve done that, you can tap on a playback bar to open it up.
You’ll see three bars: the playback progress bar, the audio level bar, and a volume slider.
The playback progress bars show how much audio is playing at any given time, and they’ll tell you how loud that audio is.
You can click on a bar to see its playback level.
After you’ve selected your desired audio stream, you need to tap the Play button to start it.
If you’re playing Dolby digital audio, the playback is muted.
If your device supports Dolby Digital Plus, the Dolby Pro Logic II codec is used.
You need to turn the volume up in the menu bar to turn it on.
You must tap Play to continue.
Once the audio is in the audio stream (and it will be), you can play it.
You won’t be able to pause, skip, or fast forward the audio.
To mute audio, you have to hold down the mute button and release it.
The playback speed is also slow.